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  1. #11
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    Default Re: How to start appimaged via systemd

    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
    It is used to automatically start any User systemd services on login...
    Code:
    # loginctl enable-linger username
    ********. ...

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    Default SOLVED Re: How to start appimaged via systemd

    All,

    Thanks for all your effort and time.I now got it up and running. How did I get there?

    It was pointed out that graphical.target is not a user target, so that is an error in the service file of appimaged. I replaced this target with default.target. That was again a good suggestion of one of you
    After changing this I logged out and logged back in. Again somebody mentioned that that is probably is not good enough. Rebooting did the trick. It is now running!
    Thinking about this, I expect that systemctl daemon-reload would have done the trick as well.

    I will search for the opensuse package maintainer and let hem know about this little bug in his service file.

    Again, all thanks for spending time and effort on this, really appreciated!!
    Thanks in advance,

    Arjan ten Hoopen

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    Default Re: How to start appimaged via systemd

    Congratulations and thanks for reportng back!
    Henk van Velden

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