In the last episode (May 17), Peter Risdon said:
> In similar situations, I change
> (or any other suffix) so it doesn't start at boot time, then start it
> up when I want with
> #/usr/local/etc/rc.d/whatever.sh.notnow start
> and stop it again in the obvious way. I'd be interested to know what
> the drawbacks to this approach are.
The only drawback to that is if you upgrade the port, it'll stick a new
copy of "whatever.sh" in rc.d for you.
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