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Тема: rcconf

apt-get install rcconf
rcconf



   
sysv-rc-conf

Try using sysv-rc-conf
sudo apt-get install sysv-rc-conf
and to start managing the services, execute
sudo sysv-rc-conf
Which will bring up interactive window like this
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You can further navigate through pages using Ctrl+n for next page and Ctrl+p for previous page. You can enable and disable services by selecting SPACE on desired runlevels.
Jobs-Admin
Another alternate would be Jobs-Admin by installing through
sudo apt-get install jobs-admin
Which also provides GUI like this
jobs-admin preview
For showing more jobs , you have to tick the Show Protected Jobs from its menu.
chkconfig
And third option would be chkconfig,
sudo apt-get install chkconfig
It can be used via CLI chkconfig, showing list of On/Off jobs. Also we can view system services using chkconfig –list
Services can be turned on using
chkconfig <service> on
Services can be turned off using
chkconfig <service> off
And we can even add our own service, using a proper init script with proper headings.
chkconfig --add <service>

Ну как то так....

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Re: rcconf

-f     Force removal of symlinks even if /etc/init.d/name still exists.

EXAMPLES

       Insert links using the defaults:
          update-rc.d foobar defaults
       The equivalent dependency header would have start and stop
       dependencies on $remote_fs and $syslog, and start in
       runlevels 2-5 and stop in runlevels 0, 1 and 6.
       Equivalent command using explicit argument sets:
          update-rc.d foobar start 20 2 3 4 5 . stop 20 0 1 6 .
       More typical command using explicit argument sets:
          update-rc.d foobar start 30 2 3 4 5 . stop 70 0 1 6 .
       Insert links at default runlevels when B requires A
          update-rc.d script_for_A defaults 80 20
          update-rc.d script_for_B defaults 90 10
       Insert a link to a service that (presumably) will not be needed by  any
       other daemon
          update-rc.d top_level_app defaults 98 02
       Insert  links  for  a  script that requires services that start/stop at
       sequence number 20
          update-rc.d script_depends_on_svc20 defaults 21 19
       Remove all links  for  a  script  (assuming  foobar  has  been  deleted
       already):
          update-rc.d foobar remove
       Example of disabling a service:
          update-rc.d -f foobar remove
          update-rc.d foobar stop 20 2 3 4 5 .
       Example     of     a     command     for     installing     a    system
       initialization-and-shutdown script:
          update-rc.d foobar start 45 S . stop 31 0 6 .
       Example of a command for disabling a system initialization-and-shutdown
       script:
          update-rc.d -f foobar remove
          update-rc.d foobar stop 45 S .

Ну как то так....