How to Control Linux Start-Up Services and Daemons


Just booted up, but your system’s still feeling slow and sluggish? Linux runs many applications “in the background” that you might not even be aware of. Here’s how to take control of them. Linux Start-Up We all know the drill: you hit the power button on your computer, wait for a bit, then come back to a nice-looking log-in. But what happens during that time? Old-school Linux users will remember the pages (and pages, and PAGES) of diagnostic messages that would scroll by. These messages contained info on drivers being loaded, file systems found, and different processes being started. Let’s take a…

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