i want to disbale some unnersercary services in fedora 11.
i have bluetooth and ssh disables\d
what services van i also disable?
is there somewhere an howto for it?
on 12/05/2009 – Made popular on 12/05/2009
I've got a PC with Windows Vista.
Due to a malaware I had to disable all services by doing:
In the services tab I then clicked on disable all and rebooted.
I solved the problem with the malaware but unfortunately I am able no more to to connect using my provider's pen drive with prepaid time (and no: I still have time:-))
Since the only thing I did was to disable all services, can
It's not that my phone is draining too fast but when I look at the Best Battery Stats, bluetooth is also consuming my battery even when not in use. I tried freezing the app but it's still there. So since I rarely use bluetooth, what I did is download the Disable Service app and disable all services used by bluetooth. After that no battery consumption is done by the bluetooth anymore.
Bluetooth starts automatically when ubuntu starts. I would like to disable this to save battery power (because I just forget to turn it off sometimes).
I know other have indicated that the answer is somewhere in here: How to enable or disable services? However, I do not understand how to use this solution with bluetooth specifically. I need help with that.
I remember going through this list to disable some of the services that I do not need on my Fedora desktop. By going through my bash history, I can also see clearly that I have disabled rsyslog with the command:
# history | grep rsyslog
712 systemctl disable rsyslog
And I have not touch rsyslog thereafter ever since migrating to journald.