chkconfig is a tool to simplify management of the symbolic links in /etc/rc.d under Linux. This version is based on the latest release of chkconfig from Fedora Core 6, adding an autoconf-style configure script, to simplify porting to other distributions/platforms.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Solaris|
Release Notes: Updated to match version 1.3.30 as distributed by Fedora Core 6. Now includes the "/usr/sbin/alternatives" program, and no longer requires the 'popt' library.
Release Notes: This version has support for the getopt_long() function, so Red Hat's popt library is no longer a prerequisite.
Release Notes: A new configure option to specify init.d separately from the rc.d directory, and similar new runtime options.
Release Notes: The program can now be configured to not require chkconfig comment headers when querying the levels of an init script.
Release Notes: Support files for building a Debian package have been added.