Linus Torvald's SSD breaks, halts Linux kernel development

Today in Open Source: A broken SSD halts Linux changes. Plus: LinuxQuestions.org milestones, and see startup services in Linux

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LinuxQuestions.org can be a very helpful resource if you need to find out something about Linux. The forum sections are broken down into appropriate categories. There's even a section for Linux Newbies that you should check out if you're new to Linux or if you're thinking about using it.

See What Services Are Enabled on Boot in Linux

Xmodulo has a tutorial that will teach you how to check what startup services are enabled in Linux on boot. The article covers Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Fedora and RHEL.

There are so-called startup services in Linux which are set to launch automatically when a Linux system boots up. Such startup services include basic system configurations (e.g., networking, security modules, hardware peripherals), as well as various add-on services (e.g., NFS, MySQL, VPN, rsync), which all are needed for a particular Linux system to operate as expected.

In this post, I will describe how to check what startup services are enabled on boot in Linux.

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