just finished tweaking the services on a Mepis 7.0 install on a laptop... at boot it is at about 170mb RAM. really pleased with it.
now i want to do the same for a desktop install of Mint XFCE 3.0 Cassandra.
one thing i dont really like about it right now is how long it takes to boot. id like to shorten it and save RAM by cutting out services.
how do i see a full list of services running? i know about the >>>System >>>Services on the menu... but surely that is not all of them
im looking for something like ksysv for KDE? or sysvconfig from terminal -- sorry im only familiar with the Mepis ones at this point.
could someone give me a basic step by step guide. i know there are Ubuntu tweak guides out there.. .but i cant mess this up
its the house computer.