- 1 Description
- 2 Kernel settings
- 3 Installation
- 4 Network
- 5 Network Name Resolution manager
- 6 Network Time Synchronization (NTP)
- 7 Enable tty login
- 8 Enable sshd connectivity
- 9 Configuration
- 10 Misc
systemd is a system and session manager for Linux also including udev nowadays.
First of all you need a recent kernel version >=4.2 and some kernel options set.
Now we need to reinstall packages with the systemd option set.
You can find out what the network device will be named by running:
|Code: network device name|
This configuration will default to DHCP as long as the 10-static.network doesn't match.
Network Name Resolution manager
Network Time Synchronization (NTP)
Enable tty login
Enable sshd connectivity
Edits /etc/hostname and /etc/machine-info.
Sets the /etc/localtime symlink.
Ensure the system RTC is in UTC, this might require setting Windows to UTC via a registry key when dual-booting.
The systemd localectl commands sets the system locale, if you want to set your user locale use /etc/env.d/02locale.
Manually starting and stopping services
You'll find an overview of all installed services and sockets in /lib/systemd/system.
prints a status report of your systemd setup.
Enable additional/optional services
systemd-journal-gatewayd (accessible via port 19531):