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  1. My appologies for not letting a sleeping dog lie. However, I'd also like to chime in on this discussion. The rule of thumb for anyone running a Linux system: if you don't need it, turn it off. I agree that for most services, turning them off will not save you a ton of resources. (One MAJOR expection to this is the Themes services. Turning that off will save you around 12 MB of RAM.) That said, there are security considerations to take into account. That's one of the two reasons that most Linux/Unix admins (and for that matter any admin running just about any type of server) will tweak the