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comment How to change a keycode using setkeycodes
Actually I switched to Debian Sid and Fn+F4 works out of the box here (maybe just because I have a newer kernel version). But thank you anyway, your solution looks good and I hope will help other people.
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accepted How to write a systemd .service file running systemd-tmpfiles
Jan
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comment How to write a systemd .service file running systemd-tmpfiles
Thank you, very useful answer and problem solved. Just a note, in my distro (Chakra Linux) default.target is not in /etc/systemd/system, but it's only in /usr/lib/systemd/system
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comment How does systemd-tmpfiles work?
Bad news :( If I run systemd-tmpfiles --create, all the directives in /etc/tmpfiles.d/ and /usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/ files are processed. This means that /run/nologin is re-created (by /usr/lib/tmpfiles.d/systemd.conf) and any not-root user can't login anymore. (bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1175975) This is a problem, for example when I suspend my pc. I should remove /run/nologin explicity, but this is becoming too much hackish. I think that the echo solution within a script called by a .service is a better solution.
Jan
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asked How to write a systemd .service file running systemd-tmpfiles
Jan
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comment How does systemd-tmpfiles work?
We got the point! Running systemd-tmpfiles --create works. I'll start a new question for the .service file. Thank you.
Jan
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comment How does systemd-tmpfiles work?
I have edited the first post with another test and some hypothesis.
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Jan
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comment How does systemd-tmpfiles work?
Using echo -n disabled > /sys/... works, so probably the newline presence doesn't care in this case. But tmpfiles is still not working, I've tried both disabled\n and "disabled\n"
Jan
14
comment How does systemd-tmpfiles work?
I don't think that systemd can't write on virtual file systems. Using tmpfiles on /proc/acpi/wakeup works fine, for example (wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Systemd#Temporary_files)
Jan
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asked How does systemd-tmpfiles work?
Dec
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comment Why I have two /dev/sdx entries with a single disk?
Kernel 3.6, my laptop is a ThinkPad Edge E130 and yes, it has a card reader. Thank you.
Dec
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comment Why I have two /dev/sdx entries with a single disk?
@gertvdijk Edited first post. So I have an empty SCSI port on my laptop?
Dec
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Dec
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asked Why I have two /dev/sdx entries with a single disk?