systemctl --user for a lot of user services on my Linux desktop.
One of the things I'm doing (per "Starting A DBus Session Application from systemd User Mode") as a hack to get my environment variables from my session is that I'm running a manual script on startup of the graphical session which calls
systemctl --user import-environment. I then have a dummy service which I start via
systemctl --user start environment.service. All of my other services which are enabled depend on
I figure this would probably make a better target than a service. Is there a way to create a target which must be explicitly started via
systemctl --user start user-login-graphical.target?