[Pkg-systemd-maintainers] Bug#730369: Bug#730369: systemd: bluetooth daemon not starting
stapelberg at debian.org
Tue Nov 26 21:39:20 GMT 2013
control: reassign -1 bluez
control: severity -1 wishlist
control: retitle -1 Please use dh-systemd to enable the service file(s) bluez ships
Alessandro Ghedini <ghedo at debian.org> writes:
> bluez provides its own service file (/lib/systemd/system/bluetooth.service).
> The problem here appears to be that the bluetooth.service doesn't get enabled
> on package installation:
That seems like a correct analysis, thanks.
> As for the long-term solution, if I understand things correctly, it's the
> package's duty to enable whatever service it installed (and not systemd's), so
> if the bluez maintainer wants to have the bluetooth service enabled on package
> installation he should start using the dh_systemd_enable script provided by
> the dh-systemd package in bluez' debian/rules (for the short form dh thingy it
> should be enough to simply pass --with=systemd to dh and add dh-systemd to
> At this point, I guess this bug should be reassigned to bluez, though I leave
> that decision to the systemd maintainers or the bug submitter.
Also correct, and done. For the record,
https://wiki.debian.org/Systemd/Packaging is a wiki page that explains this.
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