Has anyone yet invoked 'wayland' as being, in fact, a most diabolical
project... by which Lennart Poettering & Co. schemingly intend to take over
the GNUnix *graphics* universe, as well..?
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Lennart Poettering schreef op 06-10-2016 19:12:
The way to have a process executed at shutdown is by using ExecStop=
and making sure the unit is started at start-up time.
Current systemd versions permit unit files without any ExecStart= to
cover for this case, really old systemd versions
Am Wed, 5 Oct 2016 18:00:41 +0530
schrieb "Raghavendra. H. R" :
> Your doubt is absolutely correct. Default target of the system as
> nothing to do with auto start of services.
> I checked both graphical.target & multi-user.target, surprisingly I
> don't see
On Wed, 05.10.16 18:01, Xen (l...@xenhideout.nl) wrote:
> Lennart Poettering schreef op 05-10-2016 14:52:
On Wed, 05.10.16 21:26, Xen (l...@xenhideout.nl) wrote:
> > As for /usr/libexec/systemd/systemd … well, maybe it should be called
> >systemd-initd from the start. Now it's too late.
> It says it is called "init" anyway. It is still started as
That really depends on your distro
On Wed, 05.10.16 19:00, Xen (l...@xenhideout.nl) wrote:
> Just some considerations I posted elsewhere:
I am neither convinced that your suggested names are substantially
better than the current ones, nor do I think that changing names of
the tools now is an OK thing to do, already in order not
On Wed, 05.10.16 19:12, Tomasz Torcz (to...@pipebreaker.pl) wrote:
> Binaries prefixed with systemd- are either not to be started manually
> (systemd-journald, networkd etc) or not stable/mature enough to be widely
> used – like cgtop, cgls. The latter kind can be renamed if it