I'd like to change the default target launched by
From ArchLinux wiki:
When systemd user instance starts, it brings up the target default.target
man 7 systemd.special:
When systemd runs as a user instance, the following special units are available, which have similar definitions as their system counterparts: exit.target, default.target, shutdown.target, sockets.target, timers.target, paths.target, bluetooth.target, printer.target, smartcard.target, sound.target.
To change the system-wide default target, you can run
systemctl set-default name. To change the default user target, you call
systemctl --user set-default name.
The problem is, on what target should my custom target depend so that no other user-defined targets are broken? Obviously, depending on
default.target doesn't help :)