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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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21.2 Activating SLP

slpd must run on your system to offer services with SLP. If the machine should only operate as client, and does not offer services, it is not necessary to run slpd. Like most system services in openSUSE, the slpd daemon is controlled by means of a separate init script. After the installation, the daemon is inactive by default. To activate it temporarily, run rcslpd start as root or rcslpd stop to stop it. Perform a restart or status check with restart or status. If slpd should be always active after booting, enable slpd in YaST System > System Services (Runlevel) or run the insserv slpd command as root. This includes slpd in the set of services to be started at boot time.

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