But causing some output for example with echo in /etc/rc.local causes it
to be written on the console on booting. Or is this the expected
behavior even if the journal is used?
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$TERM is not set for /etc/rc.local
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I'm using Ubuntu 16.10 dev with systemd 231-6 and after upgrading from
upstart to systemd I'm noticing that a setterm command fails that I
have put into /etc/rc.local in the past (to make specific settings on
the console without requiring a login). On making a look at this I
figured out that $TERM is not set at default anymore and maybe it
makes sense to set it at default again.
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