This is a bit of an unusual question from me, normally more of a command line user than a GUI person, but I've been playing with the 'ntsysv' command lately rather than using chkconfig for some things. For example, I just used ntsysv to disable "hpoj" rather than using chkconfig on my FC1 install.
Is there any advantage, for very simple, routine enabling/disabling of services, of using chkconfig over ntsysv? I do understand that there is a lot more flexibility to do more things with chkconfig, but it seems that ntsysv is a little used and very simple way for users to enable/disable services that nobody ever seems to talk much about. Just wondering if there is a good reason for this.
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