I've read the answer to Execute script on start-up on how to start a script from bootup to the console, which requires registering the script to be run at startup with the following command:

sudo update-rc.d superscript defaults

How do I stop this script from being executed from bootup into the console? Do I simply delete the 'superscript' file or do I need to do something in addition to / instead of this?

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sudo update-rc.d -f superscript remove

with the -f flag you don't have to delete the script, but of course you can...
Check man update-rc.d for details.

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