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%{state} (%{substate})
&Apply
&Default systemd target
&Services
&Start
&Stop
<b>Apply</b> saves all changes without closing the Service Manager. This button is enabled only if something has been edited.
<b>Default System Target</b> Allows to select the Systemd default target.
<b>OK</b> saves all changes and closes the Service Manager.
<b>Show Details</b> shows low level information about the service (state, memory, cpu, etc).
<b>Show Log</b> shows service logs since last booting. It opens a new window.
<b>Start Mode</b> allows to change the start mode of the service (On Boot, On Demand or Manually). The possible start modes depend on the service.
<b>Start</b> sets the service to be started (only shown if the service is inactive).<br /><b>Stop</b> sets the service to be stopped (only shown if the service is active).
<h2>Buttons description:</h2>
<h2>The table contains the following information:</h2><b>Service</b> shows the name of the service.<br /><b>Start</b> shows the start mode of the service:<ul><li>On Boot: the service will be automatically started after booting the system.</li><li>On Demand: the service will be automatically started when needed.</li><li>Manually: the service will not be automatically started.</li></ul><b>State</b> shows the state and substate of the service.<br /><b>Description</b> shows the description of the service.<br /><br />Note: edited values are marked with '(*)'.
<p><big><b>Services</b></big><br>
The current setup does not provide any functionality now.</p>
<p><big><b>Services</b></big><br>
This installation proposal allows you to start and enable a service from the
list of services.</p>
<p>It may also open ports in the firewall for a service if firewall is enabled
and a particular service requires opening them.</p>
Activating
Active
Apply all changes?