Bug#820111: document how to use per-user systemd --user services
adrelanos at riseup.net
Tue Apr 5 15:52:59 BST 2016
X-Debbugs-CC: whonix-devel at whonix.org
please document how to use per-user systemd --user services.
- how to do that for a login console
- how to do that for an X session
(If there is any difference.)
Steps I done:
sudo apt-get install libpam-systemd dbus
sudo loginctl enable-linger user
Drop the service in /etc/systemd/user/mytest.service.
systemctl --user enable mytest
'ps aux | grep systemd' shows that 'systemd --user' is running.
Manual 'systemctl --user start mytest' works for me. But it is never
After reboot, 'systemctl --user status mytest' always shows loaded,
enabled, inactive, dead.
I might be doing something wrong. Please consider documenting how to do
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