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sleep.target is specific to system services. The reason is, sleep.target is not a magic target that automatically gets activated when going to sleep. It's just a regular target that puts the system to sleep – so the 'user' instances of course won't have an equivalent. (And unfortunately the 'user' instances currently have no way to depend on systemwide ...


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You probably want to use the C function clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC_RAW), which isn't presented by any utility (that I know of). I see an answer that gives a python example on how to access it, which might be easier than compiling a C program to do the same.



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