If someone can let me know as to what command need to be used to check the services
like we use services.msc for WINDOWS
This will likely depend on your Linux distribution, particularly if you require a GUI tool to view/modify your services.
One example: the Red Hat-family distros provide a nice TUI application for this purpose.
# chkconfig --list | less
It'd be a good idea for you to pick up a (recent) book on Linux for beginners at your local library or book store.
Would help to know what Linux distro you are using.. there are a few differences in the commands for some functions between distros.
In Debian you can use :
to view/alter what services run at startup sysv-rc-conf or rcconf
To view current running processes ps
To stop or start a service manually /etc/init.d/servicesname stop
apropos is a good command to learn as well.. with apropos you can search for a command to do a specific task...
for instance if you wanted to search for some commands that relate to processes..
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