Description of problem:
system-config-services does not show xfs as a service.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
launch system-config-services look for xfs
Steps to Reproduce:
This is apparently intentional, see the beginning of /etc/init.d/xfs:
---- 8< ----
# xfs: Starts the X Font Server
# Version: @(#) /etc/init.d/xfs 2.0
# chkconfig: 2345 90 10
# description: Starts and stops the X Font Server at boot time and shutdown. \
# It also takes care of (re-)generating font lists.
# processname: xfs
# config: /etc/X11/fs/config
# hide: true
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The last line causes system-config-services to not show the xfs service.
Oddly, I don't ever remember being aware that you could hide services in this
manner. More oddly, I could have sworn that xfs was disableable via ntsysv,
however it seems that isn't the case.
After a certain age, your memory facilities start to crumble. It's all
downhill from there. First initscript syntax, then who knows... ;o)