Summary

Every Linux distribution has its own unique set of system startup scripts and configuration files, and many ship with tools to help you manage these files. If you don't want to use the configuration tools, though, you can dig into the configuration files to do things manually. There are potential problems with doing so, such as the risk of damaging a configuration or the risk that an automatic tool will undo your changes. Knowing where to go to make changes and how to make them most effectively can, therefore, be an important skill if you want to bypass these automatic tools.

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