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From "Dave [Hawk-Systems]" <d...@hawk-systems.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] getting rid of it...
Date Tue, 12 Aug 2003 14:15:47 GMT
>Darwin is, from what I have heard, based on FreeBSD.  With that in
>mind try looking for information on FreeBSD.  The startup scripts
>should be in /etc/rc0.d - /etc/rc6.d directories.  I hope that helps.

if that is the case, you may wish to look in
/usr/local/etc/rc.d/

FreeBSD usually places startups for Apache et al in there as they are userspace
programs.

Dave

>-----Original Message-----
>
> I am pretty good with Apache and Tomcat - I use and administer them
>daily. So it's with a little bit of chagrin that I'm writing for
>advice on how to get rid of them.
>
>I've got both running on my iMac where they are no longer welcome. In
>fact, I'm trying to get rid of most services on that machine. But
>Darwin is not Linux or Solaris. Stuff is in funny places. Can anyone
>tell me how to remove Apache and Tomcat from MacOSX or at least how to
>modify things so that they don't start on boot?
>
>Thanks in advance,
>Todd



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