Systemd – it’s the most popular init system when it comes to Linux, and everyone loves it. Honest. But whether or not you love Systemd, you’re going to love this video because it will teach you all the core basics of Systemd. This coverage will include starting, stopping, restarting units, location priority in regard to unit file locations, editing service units and more!
Systemd – the init system some people love to hate and others don’t totally understand. It powers the majority of the major Linux distributions, but what are some of the secrets lurking within? In this video, Jay goes over some of the finer points of Systemd that you may not be aware of, ahead of the tutorial video uploading soon that goes over the same. Check it out, you might just learn something new!
In this episode of Linux Essentials, we take our first look at systemd – the init system in quite a few distributions of Linux nowadays. Specifically, we’ll go over the systemctl command and use it to start, stop, restart and enable units on our system.