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Re: Re: Bug#727708: tech-ctte: Decide which init system to default to in Debian.

On Thu, 31 Oct 2013 06:33:44 +0100 John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
> two places where to place systemd service files. One is located
> below /usr/lib/systemd which is the directory where service files
> provided by the package are placed, and one is /etc/systemd where
> your own, custom service files are located.

If you created a custom local script, just to append something to the
daemon's command line, is that going to clobber the package's service
file indefinitely?

So if a new version or security update adds a "-s" flag telling the
daemon to 'run in secure mode' your local definition might never pick
that up?

In this situation, I think I'd prefer to see a conffile prompt.

And overriding the *entire* service file seems excessive if you wish to
override just one line of the package's service file.

Steven Chamberlain

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