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Try navigate to /etc/rc2.d and rename what you wish not to run at startup: change the (initial, capital) "S" into a "K" (e.g., S02mysql to K02mysql). If you change your mind, just reverse it. I think the 2 refers to runlevel, in what case 2 is the default, multiuser runlevel. Probably that's where you have most of the stuff for day-to-day computer use.

Edit: Read James O'Gorman's comment below.

Try navigate to /etc/rc2.d and rename what you wish not to run at startup: change the (initial, capital) "S" into a "K" (e.g., S02mysql to K02mysql). If you change your mind, just reverse it. I think the 2 refers to runlevel, in what case 2 is the default, multiuser runlevel. Probably that's where you have most of the stuff for day-to-day computer use.

Try navigate to /etc/rc2.d and rename what you wish not to run at startup: change the (initial, capital) "S" into a "K" (e.g., S02mysql to K02mysql). If you change your mind, just reverse it. I think the 2 refers to runlevel, in what case 2 is the default, multiuser runlevel. Probably that's where you have most of the stuff for day-to-day computer use.

Edit: Read James O'Gorman's comment below.

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Try navigate to /etc/rc2.d and rename what you wish not to run at startup: change the (initial, capital) "S" into a "K" (e.g., S02mysql to K02mysql). If you change your mind, just reverse it. I think the 2 refers to runlevel, in what case 2 is the default, multiuser runlevel. Probably that's where you have most of the stuff for day-to-day computer use.