[systemd-devel] doing something as the last activity on boot

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Mon Mar 18 10:54:13 PDT 2013

Am 18.03.2013 18:49, schrieb Britton Kerin:
> Hi everyone, I just had my first encounter with systemd and all in all I'm
> highly impressed.
> One thing saddened me a bit though: its not obvious what to do if I just want
> to start a service or do something *after* all the stuff that shipped with ths
> OS has happened and the system is fully operational.  I found some email from
> long ago stating that systemd devs thought this would not be a sane feature to
> provide, I don't know if that's true but if it is I don't understand the logic

if you are as example on Fedora 18 and using KDE with KDM
"After=kdm.service" would be a really late point of boot

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