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Apr
21
revised How to disable a service without using 'systemctl disable'
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Apr
21
revised How to disable a service without using 'systemctl disable'
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Apr
21
revised How to disable a service without using 'systemctl disable'
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Apr
21
revised What do values taken by 'OnFailureJobMode=' mean in systemd unit files
too deprecating
Apr
21
comment What do values taken by 'OnFailureJobMode=' mean in systemd unit files
Oh, I see now that they meant systemctl manpage.
Apr
21
accepted What do values taken by 'OnFailureJobMode=' mean in systemd unit files
Apr
21
comment What do values taken by 'OnFailureJobMode=' mean in systemd unit files
In my version of systemd (215), systemctl --job-mode gives me systemctl: option '--job-mode' requires an argument, and giving it any argument returns a list of all running units.
Apr
21
revised How to disable a service without using 'systemctl disable'
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Apr
21
reviewed Edit Traverse all subdirectories in and do something in Unix shell script
Apr
21
revised Traverse all subdirectories in and do something in Unix shell script
trim
Apr
21
reviewed Approve What do values taken by 'OnFailureJobMode=' mean in systemd unit files
Apr
21
comment How to disable a service without using 'systemctl disable'
Oh, I assumed it would be enabled automatically (which is something I've come to expect by installing Debian packages). Good to know.
Apr
21
accepted How to disable a service without using 'systemctl disable'
Apr
21
comment How to disable a service without using 'systemctl disable'
This would be a service that hasn't been run by systemd yet (it's custom), so there wouldn't be any of those extra symlinks. I am guessing those would be created on first boot?
Apr
21
revised How to disable a service without using 'systemctl disable'
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Apr
21
asked How to disable a service without using 'systemctl disable'
Apr
21
revised Run an arbitrary command when a service fails
disconnect
Apr
21
accepted Run an arbitrary command when a service fails
Apr
21
asked What do values taken by 'OnFailureJobMode=' mean in systemd unit files
Apr
21
comment Run an arbitrary command when a service fails
Looks like those options start other units instead just scripts.