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Stop network service with init.d For Ubuntu

 
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How can I stop the networking service by using init.d for the Ubuntu operationg system?
 
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Actually, you may not be able to use init.d anymore. The old sysv initialization scheme was replaced by systemd several years ago. For a long while dual-mode operation was supported to provide backwards compatibility, but I don't know if Ubuntu still does. And, of course, Your Mileage May Vary depending on which version of Ubuntu you're using.
 
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