I noticed that the installer has a nice, clear GUI feature to choose which services to enable at startup; however, the button on the Control Center opens a console program with multiple rows for each service. I didn’t see anywhere a guide for describing what each row of Xs are and what happens when disabling each specific row. So, I’m wondering if it is feasible to adapt the code for the GUI from the installer?
This topic was modified 2 years ago by skidoo. Reason: revised title to be (hopefully) slightly more descriptive
My favourite configuration tool for startup services is rcconf, which can be installed from the repos. In order to show a description for each service you have to run the command “sudo update-rcconf-guide” once before running rcconf.