systemd is an alternative approach to SystemV init daemon for Linux. It is intended to provide a better framework for expressing services' dependencies, allow more work to be done in parallel at system startup, and to reduce shell overhead.

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Gentoo and Systemd: Can openrc be uninstalled without breaking other packages?

I switched my Gentoo system from openrc to systemd, and everything seems to run fine as long as both are installed. Nevertheless, after emerge --depclean, which removes openrc, the gentoolkit program ...
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Systemd: keep forked process alive when service is stopped

I have a systemd service which forks some child processes. In one scenario I start a shell script which is supposed to stop the service which actually started the script. When I call systemd stop ...
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Is it possible to prevent systemd from executing the command specified with ExecStop?

I have a service that I only need systemd to run ExecStart= command at boot, and don't run the ExecStop action at shutdown / reboot. Is that possible? I can't just remove the ExecStop line, 'cause ...
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Chromium run from within systemd on Fedora 18 does not start

Target is building a Linux box, using X, to display commercials (there is a movie in background played by mplayer) and applets (like newsticker, delivered as web apps working locally). I have ...
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Systemd/agetty: halt machine when session ends

Using LXC running a systemd based container, one automatically gets dropped into a console session on the container. By creating and modifying /etc/systemd/system/console-getty.service to have an ...