Provided by: sysvconfig_0.10_all bug

NAME

       sysvconfig - configure Sys V style init script links

SYNOPSIS

       sysvconfig  [--version  |  -v]  | [--help | -h] | [--enable | --disable
       service] [--listlinks] | [--restore] [--debug [directory]]

DESCRIPTION

       sysvconfig is a dialog based interactive, menu driven utility  to  help
       automate  setting  up  Sys  V style init script links.  Some feature of
       sysvconfig are:
       - Provides extensive explanations at each step.
       - Enable or disable services.
       - Edit individual links.
       - Restore from backup file if you make a mistake.
       - Menu or command line interface.
       - View all services, each with its status and a brief description.

       You must be root to run this program unless you give it  the  ’--debug’
       option.

FILES

       /usr/share/sysvconfig/guide contains brief descriptions of services.
       /var/lib/sysvconfig/backup contains a backup of your links as they were
       just before you last ran sysvconfig.

NOTES

       This is BETA software.  Does not show rcS.d links. This is  deliberate.

TO DO

       Finish guide file.
       Redesign data structures.
       Write a comprehensive man page.

BUGS

       Variable names are horrible.

SEE ALSO

       dialog(1), update-rc.d(8), init(8).

AUTHOR

       sysvconfig was written by John Hasler <jhasler@debian.org>.

COPYRIGHT

       This  man  page  may  be treated as if it were in the public domain.  I
       waive all rights.  The sysvconfig program is licensed under the GPL.