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After upgrading my Fedora OS, I found two services managed by systemd failing to start. One of which is tcsd. As I know it from Linux Man page, tcsd is a daemon that manages Trusted Computing resources. How do I go about troubleshooting the problem?

Is it wise to do:

# systemctl disable tcsd.service

and move on?

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What does systemctl status tcsd.service tell you? It should give tke last lines from the log for the service. Everything up to date, BTW? Looked at bugzilla for any reported problems? – vonbrand Feb 25 '13 at 2:33
@vonbrand, thanks for the concern. I have moved on to Fedora 18 and the issue does not appear anymore. Now it just show that it is loaded but inactive. Shall close this question after you see my message. – Question Overflow Feb 25 '13 at 16:20
Have you tried starting it? You wanted to use it, didn't you? – vonbrand Feb 25 '13 at 16:23
No, actually I don't think I need it and have no idea what it is for. But it is loaded by default. I post this question because I saw the failed status in my previous installation. – Question Overflow Feb 25 '13 at 16:30

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