[systemd-devel] Offline systemd unit file installer
Paassen, Hiram van
Hiram.van.Paassen at mastervolt.com
Fri Aug 8 23:44:42 PDT 2014
Van: Andrey Borzenkov [arvidjaar at gmail.com]
Verzonden: zaterdag 9 augustus 2014 5:48
> В Fri, 8 Aug 2014 19:57:12 +0000
> "Paassen, Hiram van" <Hiram.van.Paassen at mastervolt.com> пишет:
> > Hey,
> > Is there a off-line variant for systemctl enable/disable? We use buildroot to generate/cross-compile a file-system and make extensive use of systemd. Right now we use installer scripts to create the symlinks needed to > enable a unit. This means changes in unit files also need changes in the corresponding install scripts.
> > Is there a tool or something in the systemd source that can parse unit files and install the required symlinks in the appointed directory? Something that can run on the host system?
> systemctl --root=/path/to/root enable ...
> > What would be the best way to do such a thing if there is no tool?
> > Best regards,
> > Hiram
Am I correct in thinking this only works on systemd enabled host systems
or if you cross-compile for the same architecture? So you can use the just compiled version of systemctl?
Neither of which is the case for us...
Am I expected to compile systemd twice in that case, one time as part of the host 'toolchain' and a second for the actual target?
I was rather hoping for something portable like a shell or python script.
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