Systemd (ptui)

It seems systemd can’t be avoided. I am annoyed at having to relearn stuff fir a problem not worth solving. Here are my notes as I learn to use it.

Some links …

  1. The Free BSD man page
  2. from stack exchange, about starting and stopping, and the importance of type=
  3. A tutorial on the commands from digital ocean

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  1. It may be much more economic, although it my complicate the start and stop scripts which may need functionality previously held in the lsb init scripts

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