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Before the advent of systemd, my /tmp was cleaned when and only when I rebooted my machine. I was happy. Now systemd has changed this decades-old default so that my /tmp is cleaned every 24 hours … , it seems. I am not happy. How to get the old please-do-not-touch-my-/tmp-except-when-rebooting behavior with systemd? I've seen related Q&A's here, but the answers are all too complicated for me: How to edit the timer for systemd-tmpfiles-clean? [duplicate] systemd timer every 15 minutes …
asked Mar 21 by Uli Fahrenberg