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Thread: [8.04]Where is the ubuntu Service Manager to stop and start servies?

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    [8.04]Where is the ubuntu Service Manager to stop and start servies?

    Hi
    Thank you for reading my post
    I know that Apache and mysql are installed in my computer and starts when I start the ubuntu, but I dont want them to start automatically and I need to start them manually when I need.

    Is there something like Services manager which we have in windows available for ubuntu?

    thanks
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    Re: [8.04]Where is the ubuntu Service Manager to stop and start servies?

    System/Administration/Services

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    Re: [8.04]Where is the ubuntu Service Manager to stop and start servies?

    Can't find it in Lucid Lynx distro!!!

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    Re: [8.04]Where is the ubuntu Service Manager to stop and start servies?

    Use the command
    Code:
    sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 stop
    or
    Code:
    sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start
    or
    Code:
    sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
    depending on what you want.
    PC

    To get a terminal command to put its output into a file use this format
    {terminal command} > {filename}

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    Smile Re: [8.04]Where is the ubuntu Service Manager to stop and start servies?

    you could also install bum to enable/disable services.
    Don't eff with The Cult...

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    Re: [8.04]Where is the ubuntu Service Manager to stop and start servies?

    Since Karmic, the old init commands have been deprecated and might not work. The good news is that it's now even easier: simply run

    Code:
    $ sudo start <service>
    to start, stop to stop, or restart to restart.
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    Re: [8.04]Where is the ubuntu Service Manager to stop and start servies?

    I know this is an old topic, but bum is a really useful tool! =D>

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