Questions about: services

My Java based project is currently running in an OSGi container, where other projects register their OSGi services for others to use. If I know a service is currently registered, I can simply query, with the 'BundleContext' builtin method: getContext
There are two big things that matter for programmers: knowing what needs to be done, and doing it. So when a server that you SSH into tells you that it wants to be restarted, it’s nice to just do that quick reboot. So long as you trust that nothing w
On Sat, 2009-04-18 at 22:32 +0800, Nathan Huang wrote: > Hi guys > I face a problem, What 's the difference between these two commands? > > [mirandam@charon ~]$ su -c '/etc/init. d/NetworkManager stop' > > [mirandam@charon ~]$ |su -
Answer #: 1 This should do the trick : Open terminal (CTRL + ALT + t) and type into sudo update-rc. d tomcat disable Basically update-rc. d will modify existing runlevel links for the script /etc/init
I am trying to install chkconfig, and i am getting the error. error msg-------------------------Reading package lists.
How do I restart the networking on Ubuntu Linux system from a shell prompt? You can easily restart, stop, or start networking service under Ubuntu Linux using a shell prompt. You can also restart networking remotely over ssh session. However, please
If you’re like most Windows users, you have lots of great little utilities that run when you start Windows. While this works great for most apps, there are some that would be nice to start even before a user logs in to the PC. To do this, you’ll need
How do I restart an Apache 2 Web Server under a Debian / Ubuntu Linux or UNIX-like operating systems? Apache is primarily used to serve both static content and dynamic Web pages on the World Wide Web. Many web applications are designed expecting the
We've all been there. You're in a meeting, or on the road, or in a classroom, and you find, to your horror, that your laptop is nearly dead. Maybe you forgot your power adapter, maybe there isn't an available outlet
1. block bluetooth in rc. local Add this line at the end of the file /etc/rc