Disabling unused daemons to speed up your boot sequence

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Synopsis

Many Linux distros usually start a lot of daemons when booting, resulting in a long wait before you can get to work after powering on your machine.

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  • Submitted By - Devesh Khanna

  • Submitted on - 2008-04-26 21:14:43

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Many Linux distros usually start a lot of daemons when booting, resulting in a long wait before you can get to work after powering on your machine. Some of those daemons are rarely used (or even not at all) by the majority of users. This tutorial describes how to disable unused or rarely used daemons in a proper way, resulting in faster boot sequences and less CPU load. ...


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