on Red Hat’s based systems:
chkconfig --list app # shows runlevels for that app enabled/disabled
chkconfig --level 123456 app off # app will be disabled on 123456 runlevels
chkconfig --level 132456 app on # app will be enabled on 123456 runlevels
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My requirement is I want to split the file based on the first column.
How the hell did 1.9 million people use "123456" as a password? Really? Really?
"123456" was the most popular password among the millions of Adobe users whose details were stolen during an attack on the company. About 1.9 million people used the sequence, according to analysis of data lost in the leak.
I have some contacts in my HTC One X where I cannot call or SMS them because the phone thinks the mobile number is invalid but when they call me or text me the phone recognises them OK. Most contacts work fine. The mobile number is entered correctly i.e. 07784 123456 but thing about the contacts that don't work is when you look up the contact it displays in US format i.e. +44 (0)778-412-3456.