about 4 pages long in /etc/init.d
I would hate to go through these one at a time to stop stuff from running just to have them run again after a reboot. I don't think I really need most of these.
Those services ( in /etc/init.d/ ) don't necessarily all run on boot.
open a terminal and type ' runlevel ' ( no quotes )
It'll return a number, let's say ' 2 '.
Then, cd to /etc/rc[the_number_runlevel_returned].d/
and then do an ' ls *S*'
That will show you which services start ( the *S* ) in your runlevel.
Note: just because the service starts in your runlevel doesn't mean that the service continues to run when the boot process completes. To see all running processes in your system, open a terminal and type " sudo ps aux | less "
Now, what is it that you're trying to accomplish ? A speedier machine ? A faster boot ? Inreased security ?