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CentOS won't present login menu after a new service was defined

Yesterday I was trying to install Ganglia in my virtual machine. After I defined Ganglia as a service I reboot the machine, but after that CentOS won't present the log in menu anymore. I think it's ...
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How to list services/daemons started at boot _and_ check their loading order

I want to be sure in what order services are started during boot process in Debian based systems (Debian Squeeze in particular). Thanks in advance.
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debian symlink existing daemon incrond to start at boot

I'm triying to start the incron daemon "incrond" at boot but doesn't work. I have done : ln -s /usr/sbin/incrond /etc/init.d/incrond chmod 755 /etc/init.d/incrond update-rc.d incrond enable But no ...
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Default CentOS Linux services won't start on boot

Using CentOS 5.7, none of the default services are starting on boot. What would cause this?
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Windows Server: some services don't start at boot [closed]

I have a Windows Server 2008 which is not booting in the right way anymore. Over 20 services aren't loaded when Windows is booting. I've installed some server tools like MS Sql Server, MySql etc. I ...
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How to change Linux services startup/boot order?

As the question is clear from the title, how do I change Linux services startup/boot order?
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Recommended way to disable a service in Debian

Is there a "recommended way" to disable a service in Debian? (Disable = The service is installed but won't start automatically when the machine boots.) I know that you can update-rc.d -f service ...