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Arch Linux on USB key updates screw the pooch

I have had this issue twice now and at the moment I can't ask the question on the asrch forums because I can't be authenticated. Every time I update a crucial system component my system becomes ...
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multiple processes named 'systemd' running simultaneously (w/ one pid 1)

I have multiple processes named systemd running simultaneously on my Arch Linux machine. At least one of them is PID 1. Is this normal?
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How to run bash script as root on startup?

I am having some problems with this, I have a script that is supposed to start airodump-ng on boot but it usually only runs the first part of the script and thats it. I have tried creating a systemd ...
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Arch Linux Install Cannot Enable dhcpd

I am trying to setup internet with arch linux. I just installed it using parallels and got the following error: [root@singularity ~]# systemctl enable dhcpd.service Failed to issue method call: No ...
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systemd service will start manually, but not at boot?

I've written a systemd service to start groundcontrol on my Raspberry Pi. [Unit] Description=Groundcontrol status monitor [Service] ExecStart=/opt/groundcontrol/groundcontrol/start.sh Type=forking ...
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Running a command at startup

How would I go about running a command at startup in ArchLinux using Systemd like rc.local in Sysv?
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permanent powertop changes with systemctl

I have got a .sh-script, trying to make powertop changes permanent. 'auto' > '/sys/bus/pci/devices/0000:00:02.1/power/control'; the commands in this .sh-script are all of this type. I have a ...
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Overhead associated with systemd using Arch linux on a Raspberry Pi

Having problems with a custom process that I start at boot time using systemd. I am using the Arch Linux distro built for the RPi. There is nothing special about the service I'm starting. Its a ...
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How do you boot Arch Linux with systemd without X11?

Ran an upgrade recently that borked my whole setup(with catalyst drivers). It caused artifacts at login/desktop and then a hard lock. However, I'm not asking about those problems, what I want to ...
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How to start python program at boot on Arch Linux ARM?

I am running Arch Linux ARM on my Raspberry Pi, and I need to start a python (which should keep running until it either crashes or the machine loses power) program at boot with no input at all from ...
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Arch Linux - Cannot start CUPS service with systemd

In order to get printing working in Arch Linux, I installed cups, cups-filters, and hplilp (ghostscript and gs-fonts were already installed). However, when I try and make the CUPS service run on ...
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How do I setup a systemd service to be started by a non root user as a user daemon?

I just finished the install and setup process of systemd on my arch-linux system (2012.09.07). I uninstalled initscripts (and removed the configuration files). What I want to do is create a service ...
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How can I replicate `fortune > /etc/motd` with systemd/tmpfiles.d?

None of the action types described in tmpfiles.d(5) seems to allow for running a command as part of creating a temporary file. It is possible to write an argument to a file, for example with action ...
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systemctl enable differs from systemctl start, how?

I am running an Arch Linux (latest, up-to-date) box, and attempting to get MySQL to start at boot. With the systemd package installed I have systemctl available, and as such I can do things like this: ...