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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 may be required to supply some information (when installed in MEPIS 6.5, the system type and paths are automatically provided):
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After downloading and installing, you may be required to supply some information (when KSysV 1.3.9 is installed on MEPIS 6.5 using KDE 3.5.3, the system type and paths are automatically provided):
*System type:  select Debian
*System type:  select Debian

Revision as of 20:52, 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 KSysV 1.3.9 is installed on MEPIS 6.5 using KDE 3.5.3, 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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