Debian services control panel 0.0.17
Debian services control panel is a small and simple tool that manages the available "services" in a Debian (or Debian-based) box
We define "services" as the programs that are in the /etc/init.d/ directory.
In fact, this program is a front-end for the update-rc.d tool.
You can start, stop and restart services. You can set (or unset) each service to be launched when booting the system.
First of all: you must run the program as root, or vía sudo:
you@your-box $ sudo debian-srv-cp
Why?. This program makes and delete symbolic links in the directory /etc/, and this task only can be acheived by the superuser root.
The main window show several buttons: 'Start', 'Stop', 'Restart', 'Set default', 'Remove default' and 'Quit' and a list with all the available services. You have to select a service in the list and use the desired button.