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Listing services with systemctl

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I want to list services currently installed in an ubuntu box. Also want to list the status of the listed services. Thanks.
Oct 16 '19 #1
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if you have access to a terminal on that box you can run:

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  1. service --status-all
which should give you the list and status ([+] running svc, [-] stopped svc, [?] svc without 'status' cmd)

if you want to use systemctl - then probably:

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  1. systemctl list-units --all
gives you what you want.
Oct 18 '19 #2

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