bum

graphical runlevel editor
  http://www.marzocca.net/linux/bum.html
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  20 reviews



Boot-Up Manager is a graphical tool to allow easy configuration of init services in user and system runlevels, as far as changing Start/Stop services priority.
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5
imperator 2 years ago

OK

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copecu 3 years ago

On LM 18 Cinnamon it seems that doesn't work well with systemd. isn't it?

3
bernd-wechner 3 years ago

Alas on Linux MINT 18 I tried this and it looks nothing like image. Most of the listed services have a long GUID listed as the first line not a nice text description. Ugly as. Wonder why?

4
shdawson 3 years ago

Great!

5
charles-o-lease 4 years ago

Awesome Tool! I believe it should be included by default.

5
ravindra_sisodia 4 years ago

Very usefull tool. must have

5
ArtIP 5 years ago

Nice!

4
Vector-full 5 years ago

Importante para mantenimiento

5
mbott1982 6 years ago

Very helpful!

5
telcnas 6 years ago

Very useful, clean, informative and saves a lot of time..........

4
drakeos 7 years ago

Useful tool. Approved.

5
tek_heretik 7 years ago

Great for stopping unnecessary barnicle processes normally hidden, not for newbies

5
asymmetros 8 years ago

Easy to use, powerful tool.

5
Steampunk-Nick 8 years ago

very useful as long as you know what you are doing!

4
LErcek 8 years ago

very useful tool

5
bolle 9 years ago

Perfect for any linux system!

3
zaenal1234 9 years ago

good , but dangerous for beginner.

3
hiku 9 years ago

new users will get the hang of it just like we all did.

3
10basetom 9 years ago

This is a dangerous tool in the hands of a newbie. The descriptions could be more polished (some are sentence case, others are not), settings are not saved, and I'm not sure what the icons to the right represent exactly (tooltips or a legend would be nice).

4
bblonski 9 years ago

I consider it necessary on any linux system.