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Are there any GUI tools to manage the services running on Ubuntu?

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I like BUM - Boot-Up Manager :) You can manage the services using BUM. It's not installed by default. Run the following command in the terminal to install it "sudo apt-get install bum"

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doh-thanks, i did go to school not sure why. – mic84 Sep 25 '11 at 10:55

I have always loved rcconf

Install it by

sudo apt-get install rcconf

and then

sudo rcconf
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