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How do you make a systemd service as the last service on boot?
What you've described is actually sysVinit. While it is true that systemd is compatible with how sysVinit worked, there is one key difference - everything is performed in parallel. There are also two types of services, sysVinit services, and systemd services. Your answer may help something execute after the sysVinit services, but not necessarily the systemd ones.