Solved Systemctl - sysctl - systemd

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banderas20

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Hi!

I have seen many ways to manage services in Ubuntu. Such as Systemctl - sysctl - systemd - /etc/init.d scripts and so on.

Some of them seem to work always, whereas some not.

¿What is the difference among them all?

Thanks!
 


kc1di

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Well on Ubuntu or almost any systemd system - services can be managed with systemctl commands.
for a good tutorial on those command look here.
Init is the old way of managing or starting services on most linux systems. It will work on both systemd and non-systemd systems but take much more work. They are used mostly on servers and clound/VM machines today.
That is a very quick overview of them.
 

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