I have a backup service running, CrashPlan, which is using my external hard disk as one backup destination. However, at boot time I don't always have the disk plugged in. So, what does CrashPlan do? It just creates a /media/<username>/System Backup directory on its own and starts backing up... on my internal hard drive...
So, I rather just want to avoid having the crashplan daemon in /etc/init.d start up at boot time, so I can do that myself on an as-needed basis. The question is: How do I do that?
In Gentoo I would just run as root:
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rc-update del crashplan boot
Which would remove the crashplan from the bootlevel. What is the equivalent on Mint?