How do I use chkconfig on FreeBSD to start or stop services automatically on boot?
You cannot use the chkconfig command on FreeBSD. It is RedHat/CentOS/Fedora Linux specific command. FreeBSD provides another facility called /etc/rc.conf file which is system configuration informatio file. This file contains which services should be started up at system initial boot time. You can edit this file by hand using text editor or using TUI tool called sysinstall which is a text based GUI tool to update this file.
Task: Start services automatically initial boot time
In this example, OpenSSH / SSHD services automatically initial boot time:
# vi /etc/rc.conf
Append following line:
Save and close the file.
Task: Start services automatically initial boot time using sysinstall
Type the following command:
Visit post install configuration > startup options for services. See this article how to use sysinstall to start services.TwitterFacebookGoogle+PDF versionFound an error/typo on this page? Help us!
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