I just checked and saw that is /lib/systemd/system is also available on
Can we use only this dir so?
On 05/29/2015 01:43 PM, Frederic Bonnard wrote:
>> man systemd.unit says in "Table 1" that this is for
>> configuration and that installed packages should go in
>> So no need of /etc/systemd/system part I'd say.
> HI Frederic,
> i put on /etc/systemd/system because debian8 does not have a
> /usr/lib/systemd/system directory. Should i created it?
The equivalent of /usr/lib/systemd/system on debian/ubuntu is
/lib/systemd/system. The latter should already exist.
If you use $(systemdsystemunitdir)/lib/systemd/system it should be all good.
You should have $(systemdsystemunitdir)/lib/systemd/system resolving to
- /usr/lib/systemd/system on fedora-like systems
- /lib/systemd/system on debian-like systems
That means that your initial section should be enough on all systems. And
the section with /etc can be removed.
If I have time I can rework your patch and send it to you so that you can
> Ramon Nunes Medeiros
> Kimchi Developer
> Linux Technology Center Brazil
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Ramon Nunes Medeiros
Linux Technology Center Brazil
IBM Systems & Technology Group
Phone : +55 19 2132 7878