Definitions for "Disable"
v. To make nonfunctional.
To make a device nonfunctional. For example, if a device in a hardware profile is disabled, the device cannot be used while using that hardware profile. Disabling a device frees the resources that were allocated to the device.
Method of modifying the router's active configuration. Portions of the hierarchy marked as disabled (mainly router interfaces) cause the router to use the configuration but stop the pertinent operation of the configuration.
Lacking ability; unable.
To render unable or incapable; to destroy the force, vigor, or power of action of; to deprive of competent physical or intellectual power; to incapacitate; to disqualify; to make incompetent or unfit for service; to impair.
To deprive of legal right or qualification; to render legally incapable.
printer-name Disable queuing of new jobs. If the printer's started, it will continue to print any jobs remaining in the queue. The superuser (root) can always submit jobs, even to a disabled queue. This command is useful while you're testing a new printer or filter installation: disable the queue and submit jobs as root. Other users won't be able to submit jobs until you complete your testing and re-enable the queue with the enable command.
When a function is disabled, it is not allowed to occur and if it is occurring, it is terminated. Regardless of other conditions, the function will not be activated. For example, even if AC power is present, if the charger is disabled, the unit will not charge. The charger must be enabled. See “Enable” in the glossary.
To inhibit logic from being activated.
Blocking of function (see also inhibit)
Keywords:  injure, accident, car, permanently
injure permanently; "He was disabled in a car accident"
Keywords:  accidentally, turn, byte, off, break
To turn off a bit, byte or specific operation of the computer.
To turn off. By disabling the BREAK key, for example, you can prevent someone from accidentally stopping your program.
Keywords:  greying, button, view, take, removing
To take a function away from a user, for example, by greying out a button or removing a button from view.
Keywords:  spot, size
a spot the same size
Keywords:  low
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