So I want to get mount/umount option under right click services menu. I went to Dolphin -> Settings -> Configure Dolphin -> Services -> Download New Services and from there I installed KDE CDEmu Emulator and MountISO. But neither of them is showing up in actual context menu. Neither in Dolphin -> Settings -> Configure Dolphin -> Services for that matter. I tried to install them as normal user and as a root. I went to have a peak in /usr/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/ but they aren't there as well... It's just me or lots of things seems to be not quite working in 11.3?
I'm trying to find the systemctl equivalent of "chkconfig --list".$ systemctl -t service -alooks like the command, but it does not return any line about the ntp service. It does exist because I get this:
$ systemctl status ntpd.service ntpd.service - Network Time Service Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/ntpd.service)
I spent a few minutes googling this, but I am not even sure what to search for. I suspect I'm looking at part of upstart, but it could also be sysvinit, plymouth or something else entirely. Every time I reboot, just between plymouth's splash screen and gdm loading, I am shown a list of services starting. The list shows the names of the services and [OK] if they started sucessfully or [fail] if they did not (only apport ever fails and only occasionally). I don't need or want to see this list. It also interrupts the transition from Grub to GDM (the background color should be the same shade of purple from grub all they way to the desktop, but this list is presented as ordinary terminal output: white text on black background)
i know that there is already a command for it but it comes out with a lot of letters that makes it hard to find the services that are runningi'm talking about services like DNS, APACHE, DHCP, SAMBA, SSH etcis there a command that will list these services and related services that are running instead of showing a bunch of jumbled and lettered mess thats hard to comprehend
After upgrade of 11.1 to 11.2 I noticed that none of services that was started in 11.1 at boot are starting now in 11.2. I check run-level of services with
When I start services manually everything is OK, but on restart they do not starting. Another weired thing is that my SuSEfirewall2 is filtering everything on input, nevertheless my previous configuration is still there, but ports are closed.
Earlier this evening I suddenly had hundreds of "Bug Buddy" windows start popping up, which seemed to be stuck in an infinite loop. I rebooted to find myself stuck in run-level 3, due to multiple daemons unable to boot.I cant copy & paste the logs as I have no way to transfer them over to this PC.
Failed services in runlevel 5: earlyxdm xdm avahi-daemon network-remotefs Of course when ever I run 'startx' neither my mouse or keyboard works.I've finally joined the forums, pitty It's because of errors.
New Intel x64 system installed with Opensuse 11.1 (like the KDE 3.5 option) and has been running well until today. Booting stops at "starting jexec services". Even while booting under "failsafe" system halts at "starting jexec services". Unable to boot to command prompt to attempt repair. Ran "repair" option from install disc with no good results. Still will not boot past jexec services.
during boot-up on my desktop, running openSUSE 11.4 with KDE 4.6.3, there are sometimes (not always) some failed services. Most of the time it is postfix and some other service. Today it is just mcelog. So when I switch to the first terminal by strg+alt+F1, I see that mcelog has failed.The system is running anyway, so I wonder if it is safe to turn them off? I would turn off postfix and mcelog. Do I harm the system with that? Would it boot again, after I have turned them off? Or is it recommended to let them stay as they are?As far as I understood, postfix is just a mailserver, which would be used, if I would run a mailserver on my own. But I donīt. I just read mails, via IMAP... But mcelog? Whats that?
I have a script from which i want to disable unwanted services. I wanted to have the list of unwanted services in the same script file. I tried the following, but it is not working...How do I mention list of services in the same file and still make the script work ?
Code: #/bin/bash #List of services, modify list between SERVICES tag service_list=$(cat <<SERVICES acpid apmd avahi-daemon
When I shut down or restart my computer, I can see there are some errors related to failed services (about xinetd, I think, which is NOT enable). But it scroll too fast and I cannot note them. Sorry for the "newbie" question: how can I see the log of what happened ? (dmesg only gives log about kernel, if I'm not wrong.)
I'm curious as to why system-config-services is not installed by default in Fedora 13. IMO it's a pretty important tool for managing a system. I checked the release notes but could not find any mention of its removal.
I'm newbie to Ubuntu, I have found that under System > Administration > Services options is missing. Also Networking option is missing.The Ubuntu Version : Ubuntu 9.10 - the Karmic Koala - released in October 2009
In system monitor, there are numerous processes. Some such as metacity and nautilus are using 12-21 mb memory. Since my server is a 512 mb computer, which services or processes can I safely remove or end ?
I use release 11.2 and this one works very well. I try new release 11.3 and my system crash when I wont to start system on runlevel 5. There is Sempron 2 GHz CPU and nvidia fx550 graphics card. Keyboard PS2 does not responds but mouse on USB work well. When I start "safe" boot option system work well. What I can to do ? What I must change
Debian 2.6.32 Squeeze + GnomeI try to start System | Administration | Services and I get an error:The configuration could not be loadedAn unknown error occurredI turned on a whole bunch of different services and suddenly now I can't get back in to switch any of these on or off. I'm assuming there is some manual way of switching these off again, I just don't know where to do this.
After a recent update of fedora 15 (2 days ago) I lost my networkmanager icon in top panel completely. Then I check network manager version & found it's version 0.8.0.9997-5.git20110702. After this update I can't connect to internet by any means either via wired or wireless connection. When I try to open Network option from system settings it giving me an error: System network services are not compatible with this version.
I also try to open network-connection-editor by pressing Alt+F2 & typing: nm-connection-editor
But it not works as well, I can't see any existing network connection there, moreover I can't even manually add any type of network connection there including mobile broadband! Then I do some googling from my windows machine & found this thread- [URL]. According to this thread I try to do downgrading of following 3 packages-
Code: networkmanager networkmanager-glib networkmanager-gnome But I can't downgrade via yumex as there's no internt connection in fedora. so i do a trick of myself. yumex suggests me to downgrade them to previous version 0.8.0.999-2.git20110509 so i manually download those 3 packages from my windows machine & copy them to /var/cache/yum/... folder. After that I do downgrading via yumex. But even after downgrading problem isn't solved. Same things happening still. No networkmanager icon in top panel & no internet at present, there's no internet connection in my fedora 15 machine & I'm writing this post from my windows machine.
Moreover when I give this command in terminal: Code: sudo service network start it giving me FAILED status.
I just installed the LAMP server on my system then rebooted, expecting the daemons HTTPD, MYSQLD, FTPD, etc. to start. When they didn't, I didn't panic I just attempted to run "sudo service start httpd". Surprise, suprise - "command not found". how do I start these daemons?
Chkconfig is a utility to update and query runlevel information for system services. Chkconfig manipulates the numerous symbolic links in /etc/init.d/, to relieve system administrators of some of the drudgery of manually editing the symbolic links.
In Debian, there are several tools with similar functionality, but users coming from other Linux distributions will find the tools in this package more familiar.
Go to Terminal and open it and type the command "chkconfig' press enter. code...
after installing just type "chkconfig" you can see list of service which one is off or on in your system code...
I was using Daisy Dock with KDE 4.4.1 and I've clean installed back to stock 4.3.5 and cant' find it anywhere...is it only in the Factory KDE repos? (I've found it in the build service, but don't have dependencies version numbers high enough) hard to believe it was added after 4.3.5. Got, dropped down a version on the dock and it installed manually from build service.