apt-get install rcconf
Try using sysv-rc-conf
sudo apt-get install sysv-rc-conf
and to start managing the services, execute
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.
Another alternate would be Jobs-Admin by installing through
sudo apt-get install jobs-admin
Which also provides GUI like this
For showing more jobs , you have to tick the Show Protected Jobs from its menu.
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>