[systemd-devel] Offline systemd unit file installer
Paassen, Hiram van
Hiram.van.Paassen at mastervolt.com
Mon Aug 11 13:34:19 PDT 2014
> Van: Koen Kooi [koen at dominion.thruhere.net]
> Verzonden: maandag 11 augustus 2014 13:19
> Op 11 aug. 2014, om 12:47 heeft Lennart Poettering <lennart at poettering.net> het volgende geschreven:
>> On Sat, 09.08.14 06:44, Paassen, Hiram van (Hiram.van.Paassen at mastervolt.com) wrote:
>>> 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?
>> Well, what do you expect? I mean, you want to run the tool offline, so
>> you need to be able to run it on the machine you want to run it offline
>>> 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.
>> systemd is written in C. Sorry.
>> Note that there's no need to the systemctl version to be in sync of the
>> image you are putting together and the OS you build it on. The code in
>> systemctl has been stable since quite a while now. Most distributions
>> should include it, unless you run Slackware or so. But systemd upstream
>> is really not the place to work around your weird choice of distro to
>> build systemd images from...
I am waiting for the first version of Ubuntu with systemd but until that day I will have to cope with the current situation.
I can probably install systemdctl on Ubuntu, but that also means more setup work for my less experienced colleagues.
I'd rather keep the workstations as vanilla as possible.
>> That said, "systemctl enable" just creates a couple of symlinks in
>> /etc/systemd/system, you can easily do the equivalent in a handwritten
>> shell script.
Sure, that is not really a problem. But before spending to much work on a home made solution I assumed (correctly) other people must face the same issues.
> This is what we did for openembedded:
Thanks this is very helpful.
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