I know about the
update-rc.d SERVICE OPTIONS command to add and remove services from startup, but how do I use it to get a list of all the services that are currently configured to start at startup?
Is there some other way to get this list?
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See the attached link.
The command is
service --status-alldid it, though I still have to find a legend to determine exactly what those symbols mean. Aug 20, 2011 at 1:02
--status-all, see this AU question: askubuntu.com/questions/55992/running-services
initctl list | egrep -v " stop/waiting|^tty" ; service --status-all 2>&1 | egrep -v "\[ (\?|\-) \]"
-= stopped service.
?= managed by upstart (run
initctl listto get the status of these)
You could use BUM.