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The Software center depends on that service. You will figure out it if you try to remove it. BTW you can disable it using this approach by David Anderson sudo chmod a-x /usr/share/oneconf/oneconf-service sudo chmod a-x /usr/share/oneconf/oneconf-query sudo chmod a-x /usr/share/oneconf/oneconf-update In other words: change permissions for these files.
Answer: setup key-less login for scp and ssh under local root account, to the remote user account being logged into. Got it! when I was testing it, I was logged in as my user ID, but when it was running as a service, it was running as root. I changed the open commands that open STDOUT and STDERR to /dev/null and wrote them to a file. When I did this, ...
While I respect you intend to only ask one question, how to not load software you don't need, I perceive you to be asking two questions, the other, or primary one, how to make a computer run better with only 2gb of RAM. I would like very much to answer that question as I suspect I can help. As you probably know, by default all Ubuntu installations ...
Where can I read some brief information about upstart in ubuntu? The Upstart Getting Started page might be useful (just skip to the Writing Jobs section). Or the DigitalOcean tutorial. How can I add my own service? Bare basics: Create a .conf file in /etc/init. It should have: A valid start on stanza (and if it is a service instead of a ...
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