On Sat, Jul 15, 2017 at 09:45:51AM +0000, Laurent Bercot wrote:
> > and if I write: service s6 start (after stop), I
> > can see I am still bound to console, which is for
> > me as user not so clear why. For example nginx
> > releases me back to console.
> This is now a systemd question, and you should get help with
> systemd user groups, not here; but I see two things that seem
> incorrect in your service definition. I don't think "Type=forking"
> is correct, because s6-svscan doesn't fork; you probably want
> "Type=simple". And "StandardOutput=tty" looks suspicious.
Yes, you are right, thank you for the notice.
I guess when search engines catch "systemd" words
in this mailing list, there will be more attention
on s6 tools.
In my offices, in few rooms, s6 is running on
computers. But on remote VPS, no, due to not being
available in "popular" distributions.