sarge apt and init daemons

From: Phil Dyer (phil.dyer_at_cox.net)
Date: 04/30/05

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    Maybe I'm missing something, but I've noticed an odd behavior with apt.
    If I install a daemon, say freeradius, and decide I don't want it to run
    for whatever reason - I do an update-rc.d -f freeradius remove. Also of
    course /etc/init.d/freeradius stop.

    I don't want to uninstall it, I just don't want it to run right now. But
    after an apt-get upgrade, if freeradius is updated it will start it
    during the setup process.

    Is this the right behavior? Am I missing something?

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    /phil

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