Kcmsystemd (systemd-kcm) — a specialized system module for the desktop environment KDE (Plasma Desktop) is designed for service configuration SystemD (System and Service Manager).
systemd — system Manager and service management GNU Linux systems in 2000-e years, actually superseded the traditional subsystems are init (initialization / initiation). The main feature is intensive parallel services start during the boot process of the system, running services on demand and tracking processes.
systemd is very much simplifies system administration and writing modules (units / unit) for starting services, supports the creation of snapshots, system restore monitors file system mounts and automount points and implements an elaborate logic of the service control based on dependencies.
Module systemd-kcm is integrated into the interface of “system Settings” (System Settings), allowing you to view and control modules SystemD , and modify the configuration files, the functionality is distributed across the tabs.
Kcmsystemd displays in the main window the available modules and displays their status, a list of modules you can sort and filter. For the selected module, you can view existing dependencies (status indicated by the color), you can activate or stop the appropriate modules.
Kcmsystemd allows you to make “the system“to save the current state of the system and “Restore configuration“to restore the previous state of the system. After the “Recovery” system restart services that were stopped to “Save“for the application requires administrator privileges (root).
License: GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3)