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#1 2022-02-01 23:53:52

tempvuan1
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Registered: 2022-02-01
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Help - list all services

Hello,
What is the preferred method for listing all installed services in Devuan (Chimaera)?

From debian and derivatives, i was used to command:
service --status-all


Regards,

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#2 2022-02-02 02:26:15

ruenoak
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Registered: 2017-05-28
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Re: Help - list all services

Hi tempvan1,
I think you need to use the whole path
/usr/sbin/service --status-all

Thanks
R


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#3 2022-02-02 09:36:29

GlennW
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Registered: 2019-07-18
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Re: Help - list all services

To su to root, type "su -"
I think that may be your solution. It's in the release notes.

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#4 2022-02-02 09:46:03

alexkemp
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Registered: 2018-05-14
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Re: Help - list all services

ruenoak wrote:

Hi tempvan1,
I think you need to use the whole path
/usr/sbin/service --status-all

That certainly works. However, for me so does the bare service --status-all (as an ordinary user, under chimaera, tested just now).

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#5 2022-02-02 15:10:36

Head_on_a_Stick
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Registered: 2019-03-24
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Re: Help - list all services

The OP can view all installed services (ie, even those not running) by checking /etc/init.d/.

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#6 2022-09-19 22:37:19

kaiyel
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Registered: 2019-10-16
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Re: Help - list all services

If you've migrated from the Redhat world where you were comfortable with "chkconfig --list",

apt-get install -y sysv-rc-conf

and see if you like "sysv-rc-conf --list".

--K

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#7 2022-09-20 05:15:46

GlennW
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Registered: 2019-07-18
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Re: Help - list all services

I have open-rc and so we can use,

rc-update

to view status.

you can add, del or change a service and start level.

rc-update del nethack-common default
rc-update add nethack-common off

I have seen that the old service commands mostly still work, I don't use many of them, and only know a few.

status gives +-? results

service --status-all

type "service" to see the command options.

Hope this helps.

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