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Enable or Disable services to start at boot with Systemctl on RHEL or CentOS

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This video covers how to enable or disable services to start at boot with systemctl: systemctl is-enabled sshd.service systemctl enable sshd.service systemctl disable sshd.service systemctl list-unit-files --type=service
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Marc Browne (3 months ago)
I just built a DHCP server where the service would stop on every reboot, fixed thanks to this!
Xavier REEVIL (2 years ago)
wich feature i have to disable to don't have sda cleaning message starting the pc ?
M Kashif (3 years ago)
Subscribed to your channel. Loving those small to the point videos. Would be great if you put all the used commands in the description. Thanks.
Mark Ward (3 years ago)
Thanks Brian! Just what I was looking for. I really appreciate your help. Regards. Mark

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