From time to time, somebody asks me how come there is no chkconfig command on Ubuntu. Mostly they are Red Hat users. Well, since Ubuntu 12.04, you don`t have chkconfig.
Official Red Hat website explain usage of this chkconfig command with following:
The chkconfig utility is a command-line tool that allows you to specify in which runlevel to start a selected service, as well as to list all available services along with their current setting
There are several replacements, but I choose sysv-rc-config, which is provides you simple interface, in order to enables you user friendly management tool for runlevel manipulation.
Install by using following command:
sudo apt-get install sysv-rc-conf
On the end of installation process all you have to do is to start tool:
Text interface will be opened as you can see on slide 1.
Now you are able to manipulate with run levels.
Please, be free to share other alternatives to chkconfig.
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