I using Ubuntu 12.04.1
From Red Hat I know command chkconfig which in very easy way for set startup mode of services.
In same easy way as it is in Windows (services.msc).
Unfortunately in Ubuntu this utility don't exists...
I admitted that services which I just stopped with:
service service-name stop
don't wake up after reboot... But this is inappropriate way to manage services' startup mode comparing to most platforms.
Have we some more standard way?