[PlanetCCRMA] Disabling internet services for single user?

Benjamin Hardy theroboticmadhatter3000@hotmail.com
Thu Aug 19 05:32:02 2004

I recently threw all my music files into a seperate user account from my 
normal user account. I'm doing this because in my normal account I run gnome 
with an active internet connection, but in my new account I am running xfce4 
and want to disable internet services. I know that to do this I can either 
use redhat's services configuration app, netsysv or chkconfig. Yet, I'm not 
sure what service to stop; I'm guessing I can stop the xinetd process to 
accomplish this, yeah? If I stop the process manually or with a xinitrc 
script xfce uses when it starts up, will this still be in effect when I log 
in to my normal user account?
Forgive me if this has been asked, I'm pretty fatigued from searching 
through google and this archive. Is there a good way to search through the 
archives with a search engine like google? I've tried doing searches like : 
"disable internet site:ccrma-mail.stanford.edu/pipermail/planetccrma/" but I 
get no results no matter what I search for. Insight would be much 
Thanks in advance,

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