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    Hi Gurus

    I am new to debian.

    What is the command to start a service **permanently** in debian.

    I want to start vsftpd

    thanks
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    I believe there is a How To on this site for installing Chkconfig in Debian if thats what you want.

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    You could use update-rc.d

    Making scripts run at boot time with Debian

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    Use following tutorial and tools:
    Ubuntu / Debian Linux: Services Configuration Tool to Start / Stop System Services

    BTW, vsftpd should start automatically under Debian.
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