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Re: Starting systemd user services on boot on a Debian server

Fredrik Jonson <fredrik@jonson.org> writes:
> What is the recommended way to set up Systemd user services with Debian?
> AFAIU, to make this happen, I need to have a user Systemd instance started on
> boot. How do I set up my Debian server to automatically start a user instance
> for a regular user on boot to control the user's service units?  Is there a
> recommended way to do it?

Just run

  loginctl enable-linger [USER...]

as root. This will make logind start the systemd user instance for the
given user(s).


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