-- Enable or disable services.
-- Edit init links.
-- Restore from backup file if you make a mistake.
-- Menu or command line interface.
-- View all services, each with its status and a brief description.
Sysvconfig also installs a ‘service' script much like that found on Red Hat systems.
Install sysvconfig in ubuntu
sudo aptitude sysvconfig
This will complete the installation
If you want to open sysvconfig use the following commnd
Once it opens you should see similar to the following screen
if you want to enable/disable the services select the first option and press enter
Now you should see similar to the following screen here you can select or unselect the service
Using Service Command
Sysvconfig will install service command to start,stop,restart the service using service command use the follwoing format
sudo service apache2 restart
sudo service apache2 stop