Michael Biebl writes:
> 2015-10-07 14:43 GMT+02:00 Jan Synacek :
>> Lennart Poettering writes:
>>> Happy to take a patch that removes the intltool hookup if it replaces
>>> it with the right gettext hookup instead.
>> I have
The creation of a VLAN netdev device, as seen in the 'ip link' command, is
done without specifying a mac address.
The kernel determines the mac address for the VLAN NETDEV, which should be
the parent mac address.
This patch fixes this behavior and the resulting delivery of DHCP Offers to
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today I had to deal with my machine crashing a lot. This seems to have
corrupted some journal data, as journalctl cannot lists the boots anymore:
$ sudo journalctl --list-boots
Failed to determine boots: No data available
It was working fine earlier this
Sorry not to have responded to this earlier, but as I was just
reminded of this, here are my take:
On Mon, Sep 7, 2015 at 7:49 PM, Lubomir Rintel wrote:
> the RFC 7217 specifies an algorithm for generating an IPv6 host address
> that stays stable in a particular
For non-root services, getting Capabilities= and CapabilityBoundingSet= to
do anything useful is rather tricky. Would it make sense to add
AmbientCapabilities= to set ambient (and, implicitly, inheritable)
capabilities, which will be available in Linux 4.3?
Alternatively, there could be a
Thanks for reply.
I am writing a monitoring application to start, stop and monitor service
I am looking for way to know when service stoppped or failed so that i can
take some action in my monitoring app.
I am listening to PropertiesChanged signal and query ActiveState. This does
I am writing a daemon which starts, stops and monitor services and I am
using dbus to interface with systemd. I send messages on dbus to start or
stop the service and this is working well. I want to achieve the following:
1) Monitor service exit using the systemd dbus