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Old 06-10-2021, 08:01 PM   #1
Felthorn3
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systemd target dependencies


Hi all, learning systemd and had a quick question about specific dependencies.

I was able to list out dependencies using 'systemctl list-dependencies | less' in my Fedora VM. For multi-user.target most of the dependent files have a corresponding .want file. However, some don't. One in particular, let's say systemd-logind.service makes no mention of multi-user.target in the file itself nor does multi-user.target make mention of systemd-logind.service, yet it's listed as a dependency of multi-user.target. Where else would I be able to see that relationship noted?

I've been through books and Google and the man file and just can't make sense of this kind of case.
 
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Hi all, learning systemd and had a quick question about specific dependencies.

I was able to list out dependencies using 'systemctl list-dependencies | less' in my Fedora VM. For multi-user.target most of the dependent files have a corresponding .want file. However, some don't. One in particular, let's say systemd-logind.service makes no mention of multi-user.target in the file itself nor does multi-user.target make mention of systemd-logind.service, yet it's listed as a dependency of multi-user.target. Where else would I be able to see that relationship noted?

I've been through books and Google and the man file and just can't make sense of this kind of case.
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