|RichiH||i don't know why the people in vancouver did not hunt him down, yet|
they actually took photos of him in a cybercafe, iirc
|orzel||hello. I often have this problem than if i install some new daemon (postgresql for example), it starts at next reboot. I've noticed i'm in runlevel 2, so i removed /etc/rc2.d/*postgresql*. But it still starts on reboot. Do you know why ?|
i dont want those to start, i might in some future.
|RichiH||personally, i would just follow him until i found out where he lives and tip off the police, trying to get them to come to the cybercafe when he is doing a deal, again|
|ozatomic||Archive:/etc/apache2# /etc/init.d/apache2 start|
Starting web server (apache2)....
|Fr0zen_||ozatomic, what about netstat|
|Fr0zen_||RichH, what happend feel me in|
someone stole a laptop?
|pickcoder||orzel: 2 isn't the only multi-user runtime|
|dpkg||read /usr/share/doc/sysvinit/*; read /etc/init.d/README; man update-rc.d, or if you don't understand that, consider installing 'rcconf', 'sysv-rc-conf' or 'file-rc' instead - see http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/212 : or ask me about <startup>|
|ozatomic||how do i get a lsit fo ports listening on?|
|drako||how far the internet can go?|
|Fr0zen_||drako, im not sure.|
|dkr||ozatomic: netstat -ln|
|drako||ozatomic, netstats -na|
|Fr0zen_||i just saw them talking about, was curious|
|drako||ozatomic, maybe you just want netstat -na --inet|
|ozatomic||tcp6 0 0 :::80 :::* LISTEN|
|ozatomic||tcp6 0 0 :::443 :::* LISTEN|
|Fr0zen_||/etc/httpd.conf i believe|
443, is ssl i believe.
i got a vhost for 80 and 443
All these configs work fine on other machines
wish i could help more. It sounds like you know what you're doing. I would go thru and check the config just to be 100% sure.
|ozatomic||ok thx anyway|
|pickcoder||ozatomic: can you ssh to the box using your domain?|