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KSysV, the KDE SysV-Init Editor, is part of KDE, a component of the KDE administration module.  It is an advanced graphical editor for [http://www.freeos.com/articles/3243/|System V-style init schemes] that allows you to edit your start and stop scripts using a drag and drop GUI.  
KSysV, the KDE SysV-Init Editor, is part of KDE, a component of the KDE administration module.  It is an advanced graphical editor for [http://www.freeos.com/articles/3243/|System V-style init schemes] that allows you to edit your start and stop scripts using a drag and drop GUI.  
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After downloading and installing, you will required to supply some information:
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After downloading and installing, you may be required to supply some information (when installed in MEPIS 6.5, the system type and paths are automatically provided):
*System type:  select Debian
*System type:  select Debian

Revision as of 00:48, 22 March 2007

KSysV, the KDE SysV-Init Editor, is part of KDE, a component of the KDE administration module. It is an advanced graphical editor for V-style init schemes that allows you to edit your start and stop scripts using a drag and drop GUI.

After downloading and installing, you may be required to supply some information (when installed in MEPIS 6.5, the system type and paths are automatically provided):

  • System type: select Debian
  • Service path: select /etc/init.d to bring up a warning, click OK to continue and see services
  • Runlevel path: select /etc to bring up another warning, click OK to continue

You can drag a service from the column of available services to the runlevel of your choice.

More: The KSysV Handbook

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