Start services automatically with systemd at startup
 
As of Debian V. 8 (Jessie) the services that are started automatically at system startup are managed by systemd.

Execute the following command to see get a list of all available services:
systemctl

To see the status of one service, e.g. "spamasssassin", execute:
systemctl status spamassassin
There you'll see weather a service is currently running and also weather its enabled (automatically started at system startup) or disabled.

To enable a service, e.g. "spamasssassin", execute:
systemctl enable spamassassin

To disable a service, e.g. "spamasssassin", execute:
systemctl disable spamassassin
 
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