On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 6:41 PM, steve160 <steve160@...> wrote:
> I believe apache denotes apache 1.x, and you need to use apache2 to
> denote apache 2.x. In other words try:
> rc-update del apache2 default
> Little bit of a wild guess backed up by some detective work, but I
> think all you need to do is delete /etc/runlevels/default/apache2
> A bit of detective work shows that all the files in
> /etc/runlevels/<runlevel> are links to the /etc/init.d scripts for
> whatever is being started. If I understand this correctly, rc-update
> is telling you the link doesnt point to anything. Therefore, there
> should be no problem if you delete the link.
Thanks Steve. That seems to have worked. I'll have to watch the messages
at the next boot but the rc-update show --verbose command looks good now.