Re: init script, installed but not activated
> Debian daemons should by default start - then those not wanting them to
> start can suppress that. The opposite requires far more custom work for
> those who do want daemons to start than it does to suppress startup.
> I believe what you are missing is policy.d:
those are interesting links, thx!
> How it translates to systemd I don't know, however.
It would be really interesting if someone can share how this can be
done on systemd, as we have reasons to install a service, install its
config files we wrote, but *not* start it by default and/or control if
that service needs to start on a machine and not on another without to
much hassle or cumbersome
Sandro Tosi (aka morph, morpheus, matrixhasu)
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