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# Readme for systemdtl
## Overview
This shell script provides a systemctl interface to fool simple things that make hard-coded requests to a systemctl executable.
This script attempts to convert every request to a suitable real command.
## Upstream
None. This is an original package.
## History
* Initial personal package named [systemdtl](https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/home:bgstack15/systemdtl), Marcy 2020
* Unreleased Devuan package [devuan-sanity-systemctl](https://git.devuan.org/bgstack15/devuan-sanity), January 2021
* This Devuan package [systemctl-service-shim](https://git.devuan.org/devuan/systemctl-service-shim), June 2021
## Project license
CC-BY-SA 4.0
## Dependencies
moreutils
## Alternatives
Use real systemd, which is not an option on Devuan GNU+Linux.
## References
## Differences from upstream
N/A. This is upstream.

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systemctl-service-shim for Devuan
This package provides the shell script that translates systemctl
invocations into real service and update-rc.d commands.
-- B. Stack <bgstack15@gmail.com> Fri, 11 Jun 2021 15:05:33 -0400

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systemctl-service-shim (0.0.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Initial release.
-- B. Stack <bgstack15@gmail.com> Fri, 11 Jun 2021 15:05:33 -0400

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Source: systemctl-service-shim
Section: admin
Priority: optional
Maintainer: B. Stack <bgstack15@gmail.com>
Build-Depends: debhelper-compat (= 12)
Standards-Version: 4.5.0
Homepage: https://git.devuan.org/devuan/systemctl-service-shim
Origin: Devuan
Vcs-Git: https://git.devuan.org/devuan/systemctl-service-shim.git
Vcs-Browser: https://git.devuan.org/devuan/systemctl-service-shim
Package: systemctl-service-shim
Architecture: all
Multi-Arch: foreign
Depends: ${misc:Depends}, ${shlibs:Depends},
moreutils,
dash | bash (>= 4.0.0)
Description: Adds systemctl translator script
Use the included systemctl script which translates
systemctl invocations into real service and update-rc.d
commands.

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Format: https://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/copyright-format/1.0/
Upstream-Name: systemctl-service-shim
Upstream-Contact: B. Stack <bgstack15@gmail.com>
Source: https://git.devuan.org/devuan/systemctl-service-shim
Files: README.md
systemctl
systemctl.8
systemctl.txt
debian/README.Debian
debian/changelog
debian/control
debian/copyright
debian/patches/series
debian/rules
debian/source/format
debian/systemctl-service-shim.docs
debian/systemctl-service-shim.install
debian/systemctl-service-shim.links
debian/systemctl-service-shim.lintian-overrides
debian/systemctl-service-shim.manpages
Copyright: B. Stack <bgstack15@gmail.com>
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# Files marked as NO_LICENSE_TEXT_FOUND may be covered by the following
# license/copyright files.

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[DEFAULT]
pristine-tar = False
debian-branch = suites/unstable
upstream-branch = master

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# You must remove unused comment lines for the released package.

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#!/usr/bin/make -f
# You must remove unused comment lines for the released package.
#export DH_VERBOSE = 1
#export DEB_BUILD_MAINT_OPTIONS = hardening=+all
#export DEB_CFLAGS_MAINT_APPEND = -Wall -pedantic
#export DEB_LDFLAGS_MAINT_APPEND = -Wl,--as-needed
%:
dh $@

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3.0 (quilt)

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#abort-on-upstream-changes
#unapply-patches

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systemctl.txt
README.md

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systemctl /usr/sbin

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/usr/sbin/systemctl /usr/bin/hostnamectl
/usr/sbin/systemctl /usr/bin/systemd-detect-virt

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no-manual-page usr/bin/hostnamectl
no-manual-page usr/bin/systemd-detect-virt

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systemctl.8

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#!/bin/sh
# Filename: systemctl
# Location: /usr/sbin/systemctl
# /usr/bin/hostnamectl
# /usr/bin/systemd-detect-virt
# Author: bgstack15@gmail.com
# Startdate: 2020-01-10 13:02:14
# SPDX-License-Identifier: CC-BY-SA-4.0
# Title:
# Purpose:
# Package: systemctl-service-shim
# History:
# 2020-05-14 place framework.sh contents inline so as not to depend on it.
# 2021-01-10 adapted for inclusion in devuan-sanity
# Usage:
# Should be mostly like systemctl from systemd.
# Reference: ftemplate.sh 2019-05-02a ; framework.sh 2018-05-02a
# man 1 systemctl
# Improve:
# add preset command
# Return 1 if status output is failed
# Dependencies:
# req-devuan: moreutils
# Documentation:
# Be aware that real systemd systemctl is file /bin/systemctl but
# this systemdtl is file /usr/sbin/systemctl to prevent a recursive loop
# in some service scripts that look for /bin/systemctl
# vim: set sw=3 sts=3 ts=3 et:
fiversion="2019-05-02a"
systemctlversion="2021-06-11a"
usage() {
${PAGER:-/usr/bin/less -F} >&2 <<ENDUSAGE
usage: systemctl [-duV] [-c conffile]
Provides a systemctl-like interface to sysvinit. Simulates various
actions on services: start, stop, restart, enable, disable, status,
mask, unmask, is-enabled, is-active, condrestart.
version ${systemctlversion}
-d debug Show debugging info, including parsed variables.
-u usage Show this usage block.
-V version Show script version number.
-c conf Read in this config file.
Return values:
0 Normal
1 Queried service is disabled/inactive
2 Count or type of flaglessvals is incorrect
3 Incorrect OS type
4 Unable to find dependency
5 Not run as root or sudo
ENDUSAGE
}
# DEFINE FUNCTIONS
log_to_file() {
flecho "${@}" >> "${logfile}"
}
parseFlag() {
flag="$1"
hasval=0
case ${flag} in
# INSERT FLAGS HERE
"d" | "debug" | "DEBUG" | "dd" ) setdebug ; ferror "debug level ${debug}" ; __debug_set_by_param=1 ;;
"u" | "usage" | "help" | "h" ) usage ; exit 0 ;;
"V" | "fcheck" | "version" ) ferror "${scriptfile} version ${systemctlversion}" ; exit 0 ;;
"c" | "conf" | "conffile" | "config" ) getval ; conffile="${tempval}" ;;
"now" ) export SYSTEMCTL_NOW=1 ;;
"full") export SYSTEMCTL_FULL=1 ;;
"system") export SYSTEMCTL_SYSTEM=1 ;;
esac
debuglev 10 && { test ${hasval} -eq 1 && ferror "flag: ${flag} = ${tempval}" || ferror "flag: ${flag}" ; }
}
# INITIALIZE VARIABLES
# variables set in framework:
# server scriptdir scriptfile scripttrim
### BEGIN IMPORT OF FRAMEWORK.SH
fversion="2020-04-24x"
# DEFINE FUNCTIONS
isflag() {
# input: $1=word to parse
case "$1" in
--*) retval=2 ;;
-*) retval=1 ;;
*) retval=0 ;;
esac
echo $retval
}
parseParam() {
# determines if --longname or -shortflagS that need individual parsing
trimParam=$( printf '%s' "${param}" | sed -n 's/--//p' )
_rest=
if test -n "$trimParam" ;
then
parseFlag $trimParam
else
#splitShortStrings
_i=2
while test ${_i} -le ${#param} ;
do
_j=$( expr ${_i} + 1)
#_char=$(expr substr "$param" $_i 1)
#_rest=$(expr substr "$param" $_j 255)
_char=$( printf '%s' "${param}" | cut -c ${_i})
_rest=$( printf '%s' "${param}" | cut -c ${_j}-255)
parseFlag $_char
_i=$( expr ${_i} + 1)
done
fi
}
getval() {
tempval=
if test -n "${_rest}" ;
then
tempval="${_rest}"
hasval=1
_i=255 # skip rest of splitShortStrings because found the value!
elif test -n "$nextparam" && test $(isflag "$nextparam") -eq 0 ;
then
tempval="$nextparam"
hasval=1 #DNE ; is affected by ftemplate!
paramnum=$nextparamnum
fi
}
debuglev() {
# call: debuglev 5 && ferror "debug level is at least a five!"
# added 2015-11-17
localdebug=0 ; localcheck=0 ;
fisnum ${debug} && localdebug=${debug}
fisnum ${1} && localcheck=${1}
test $localdebug -ge $localcheck && return 0 || return 1
}
debuglevoutput() {
# call: commandthatgeneratesstdout | debuglevoutput 8
# output: output to standard error prepended with "debug8: " the contents of the pipe
___dlo_threshold="${1}"
___dlo_silent="${2}"
if debuglev "${___dlo_threshold}" ;
then
if test -n "${___dlo_silent}" ;
then
cat 1>&2
else
sed -r -e "s/^/debug${___dlo_threshold}: /;" 1>&2
fi
else
cat 1>/dev/null 2>&1
fi
}
fisnum() {
# call: fisnum $1 && debug=$1 || debug=10
fisnum= ;
case $1 in
''|*[!0-9]*) fisnum=1 ;; # invalid
*) fisnum=0 ;; # valid number
esac
return ${fisnum}
}
fistruthy() {
# call: if fistruthy "$val" ; then
local _return=
case "$( echo "${1}" | tr '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]' )" in
yes|1|y|true|always) _return=true ;;
esac
test -n "${_return}" ; return $?
}
setval() {
# call: setval 0 value1 value2 value3 ... <<EOFOPTIONS
# /bin/foo1 --optforfoo1
# /usr/bin/foo2 --optforfoo2
# EOFOPTIONS
# ^ 0 = soft fail, 1 = critical-fail
quitonfail="${1}" ; shift
_vars="${@}"
#echo "_vars=${_vars}"
_varcount=0
for _word in ${_vars} ; do _varcount=$( expr $_varcount + 1 ) ; eval "_var${_varcount}=${_word}" ; done
_usethis=0
while read line ;
do
_varcount=0
if test ! "${_usethis}x" = "0x" ; then break ; fi
#echo "line=${line}" ;
for _word in ${line} ;
do
_varcount=$( expr $_varcount + 1 )
#echo "word ${_varcount}=${_word}" ;
case "${_varcount}" in
1)
#echo "Testing for existence of file ${_word}"
if test -f "${_word}" ;
then
_usethis=1
#echo "${_var1}=${_word}"
eval "${_var1}=${_word}"
fi
;;
*)
#echo "just an option: ${_word}"
if test "${_usethis}x" = "1x" ;
then
#eval echo "\${_var${_varcount}}=${_word}"
eval eval "\${_var${_varcount}}=${_word}"
fi
;;
esac
done
done
#eval echo "testfile=\$${_var1}"
eval _testfile=\$${_var1}
if test ! -f "${_testfile}" ;
then
case "${quitonfail}" in 1) _failval="critical-fail" ;; *) _failval="fail" ;; esac
eval "${_var1}=${_failval}"
setvalout=${_failval}
else
eval setvalout="valid-${_var1}"
fi
}
flecho() {
# requires moreutils
if echo "${@}" | grep -qiE '.' ;
then
printf "%s\n" "${@}" | TZ=UTC ts "[%FT%TZ]${USER}@${server}:"
else
printf '' | TZ=UTC ts "[%FT%TZ]${USER}@${server}"
fi
}
ferror() {
# call: ferror "$scriptfile: 2. Something bad happened-- error message 2."
echo "$@" 1>&2
}
setdebug() {
# call: setdebug
debug=10
getval
if test $hasval -eq 1 ;
then
if fisnum ${tempval} ;
then
debug=${tempval}
else
#test paramnum -le paramcount && paramnum=$( expr ${paramnum} - 1 )
hasval=0
fi
elif fisnum ${_rest} ;
then
debug=${_rest}
_i=255
else
test $paramnum -le $paramcount && test -z ${nextparam} && paramnum=$( expr ${paramnum} - 1 )
fi
}
define_if_new() {
# call: define_if_new IFW_IN_LOG_FILE "/var/log/messages"
eval thisval="\${${1}}"
test -z "${thisval}" && eval "$1"=\"$2\"
}
# INITIALIZE VARIABLES
server=$( hostname -s )
thisos="$( uname -s )"
# get thisflavor and thisflavorversion. Examples: centos, ubuntu, redhat
if test -f /etc/os-release ;
then
eval thisflavor=$( grep -iE "^\s*ID=" /etc/os-release 2>/dev/null | sed 's/^.*=//;' | tr 'A-Z' 'a-z' )
eval thisflavorversion=$( grep -iE "^\s*PRETTY_NAME=" /etc/os-release 2>/dev/null | sed -e 's/^.*=//;' | tr -dc '0-9.' )
elif test -f /etc/system-release && test $( wc -l < /etc/system-release 2>/dev/null ) -eq 1 ;
then
eval thisflavor=$( awk '{print $1}' < /etc/system-release 2>/dev/null | tr 'A-Z' 'a-z' )
eval thisflavorversion=$( </etc/system-release sed -e 's/^.*=//;' 2>/dev/null | tr -dc '0-9.' )
else
if test "${thisos}" = "FreeBSD" ; then
thisflavor="$( uname -i )" ; thisflavorversion="$( uname -r )" ;
else
thisflavor="other"
thisflavorversion="unknown"
fi
fi
case "${thisos}" in FreeBSD) sed=gsed ;; *) sed=sed ;; esac
# if framework is dot sourced then $0 will be "-bash" and screw things up
case ${0} in
"-bash")
scriptdir="$( pwd )"
scriptfile="dot-sourced" ;;
*)
scriptdir="$( cd $( dirname ${0} ) ; pwd )"
scriptfile="$( basename ${0} | sed 's!/./!/!g;s!\./!!g' )"
scripttrim="${scriptfile%%.sh}"
;;
esac
# SPECIAL RUNTIME-RELATED VARIABLES
{ test "$USER" = "root" || test "$( stat -c '%u' /proc/$$/exe 2>/dev/null )" = 0 ; } && is_root=1
test -n "$SUDO_USER" && is_root="sudo"
nullflagcount=0
validateparams() {
# VALIDATE PARAMETERS
# scroll through all parameters and check for isflag.
# if isflag, get all flags listed. Also grab param#.
paramcount=$#
thiscount=0 ;thisopt=0 ;freeopt=0 ;
varsyet=0
paramnum=0
debug=0
fallopts=
while test $paramnum -lt $paramcount ;
do
paramnum=$( expr ${paramnum} + 1 )
eval param=\${$paramnum}
nextparamnum=$( expr ${paramnum} + 1 )
eval nextparam=\${$nextparamnum}
case $param in
"-")
if test "$varsyet" = "0" ;
then
# first instance marks beginning of flags and parameters.
#Until then it was the names of variables to fill.
varsyet=1
else
nullflagcount=$( expr ${nullflagcount} + 1 ) #useful for separating flags from something else?
debuglev 10 && ferror "null flag!" # second instance is null flag.
fi
;;
esac
if test -n "$param" ;
then
# parameter $param exists.
if test $(isflag $param) -gt 0 ;
then
# IS FLAG
parseParam
else
# IS VALUE
if test "$varsyet" = "0" ;
then
thisopt=$( expr ${thisopt} + 1 )
test "${param}" = "DEBUG" && debug=10 && thisopt=$( expr ${thisopt} - 1 ) || \
eval "varname${thisopt}=${param}"
#varname[${thisopt}]="${param}"
debuglev 10 && ferror "var \"${param}\" named"
else
thiscount=$( expr ${thiscount} + 1 )
test $thiscount -gt $thisopt && freeopt=$( expr ${freeopt} + 1 )
#eval ${varname[${thiscount}]:-opt${freeopt}}="\"${param}\""
eval "thisvarname=\${varname${thiscount}}"
test -z "${thisvarname}" && eval "thisvarname=opt${freeopt}"
eval "${thisvarname}=\"${param}\""
eval fallopts=\"${fallopts} ${param}\"
debuglev 10 && ferror "${thisvarname} value: ${param}"
fi
fi
fi
done
fallopts="${fallopts# }"
if debuglev 10 ;
then
ferror "thiscount=$thiscount"
ferror "fallopts=$fallopts"
ferror "Framework $fversion"
ferror "Finput $fiversion"
fi
}
### END IMPORT OF FRAMEWORK.SH
define_if_new logfile "/var/log/systemctl.log"
# VALIDATE PARAMETERS
# objects before the dash are options, which get filled with the optvals
# to debug flags, use option DEBUG. Variables set in framework: fallopts
validateparams action - "$@"
# LEARN EX_DEBUG
test -z "${__debug_set_by_param}" && fisnum "${SYSTEMCTL_DEBUG}" && debug="${SYSTEMCTL_DEBUG}"
debug=10
# CONFIGURE VARIABLES AFTER PARAMETERS
_trimmed="$( echo "${@}" | tr -d '\r\n' )"
log_to_file "${0} ${_trimmed}"
case "${0}" in
*hostnamectl|*systemd-detect-virt) exit 0 ;; # always just short-circuit
esac
# MAIN LOOP
# actions
actionlist=""
case "${action}" in
restart|start|stop|status|reload|condrestart|try-restart|reload-or-try-restart)
# re-map a few actions
case "${action}" in
"reload-or-try-restart") action=restart ;;
esac
x=1
while test ${x:-${thiscount}} -le $(( thiscount - 1 )) && test ${thiscount} -gt 1 ;
do
eval thisopt="\${opt${x}}"
thisopt="$( echo "${thisopt}" | sed -r -e 's/\.service$//;' )"
actionstatement="$( printf "%s" "service ${thisopt} ${action};" )"
actionlist="${actionlist:+${actionlist} }${actionstatement}"
x=$(( x + 1 ))
done
;;
enable|disable|mask|unmask)
case "${action}" in
mask) action=disable ;;
unmask) action=enable ;;
esac
x=1
while test ${x:-${thiscount}} -le $(( thiscount - 1 )) && test ${thiscount} -gt 1 ;
do
eval thisopt="\${opt${x}}"
thisopt="$( echo "${thisopt}" | sed -r -e 's/\.service$//;' )"
actionstatement="$( printf "%s" "update-rc.d ${thisopt} ${action};" )"
actionlist="${actionlist:+${actionlist} }${actionstatement}"
test "${SYSTEMCTL_NOW}" = "1" && {
case "${action}" in
enable)
nowaction=start
;;
disable)
nowaction=stop
;;
esac
actionstatement="$( printf "%s" "service ${thisopt} ${nowaction:-stop};" )"
actionlist="${actionlist:+${actionlist} }${actionstatement}"
}
x=$(( x + 1 ))
done
;;
daemon-reload)
debuglev 1 && echo "${action} is a NOP."
;;
list-unit-files)
# Future improvement: can consume --full, but I do not care enough to deal with it now.
ls -Al /etc/init.d
;;
is-enabled)
currentrunlevel="$( who -r | grep -oE 'run-level\s+[[:digit:]]+' | awk '{print $NF}' )"
responsenumber=1
# loop through each service on the command line
x=1
while test ${x:-${thiscount}} -le $(( thiscount - 1 )) && test ${thiscount} -gt 1 ;
do
eval thisopt="\${opt${x}}"
thisopt="$( echo "${thisopt}" | sed -r -e 's/\.service$//;' )"
#actionstatement="$( printf "%s" "service ${thisopt} ${action};" )"
scriptfile="$( find "/etc/rc${currentrunlevel}.d" -mindepth 1 -maxdepth 1 -name "S??${thisopt}" 2>/dev/null )"
responsetext="disabled"
# if file exists, let us return 0.
if test -n "${scriptfile}" ;
then
debuglev 2 && echo "${scriptfile}"
responsenumber=0 # any "enabled" response makes systemctl return 0
responsetext="enabled"
fi
echo "${responsetext:-UNKNOWN}"
x=$(( x + 1 ))
done
exit "${responsenumber}"
;;
is-active)
responsenumber=3
x=1
while test ${x:-${thiscount}} -le $(( thiscount - 1 )) && test ${thiscount} -gt 1 ;
do
eval thisopt="\${opt${x}}"
thisopt="$( echo "${thisopt}" | sed -r -e 's/\.service$//;' )"
#actionstatement="$( printf "%s" "service ${thisopt} ${action};" )"
servicestatus="$( service "${thisopt}" status 1>/dev/null 2>&1 ; echo "${?}" )"
responsetext="stopped"
# if file exists, let us return 0.
if test ${servicestatus:-1} -eq 0 ;
then
responsenumber=0
responsetext="active"
fi
echo "${responsetext:-unknown}"
x=$(( x + 1 ))
done
exit "${responsenumber}"
;;
*)
ferror "Fatal! 2. Unable to understand action ${action}. Aborted."
exit 2
;;
esac
# list of actions
if test -n "${actionlist}" ;
then
#debuglev 1 && ferror "Full list: ${actionlist}"
printf "%s" "${actionlist}" | tr ';' '\n' | while read thisaction ;
do
log_to_file "ACTION: ${thisaction}"
debuglev 5 && ferror "${thisaction}"
eval "${thisaction}"
done
fi
# exit cleanly
:

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.\" Generated with txt2man-wrapper in bgscripts, and hand-fixed.
.TH systemctl 8 "January 2021" "devuan-sanity" "Devuan Commands Manual"
.SH NAME
\fBsystemctl \fP- Translate systemctl invocations into real service commands
.SH SYNOPSIS
.nf
.fam C
\fBsystemctl\fP [OPTIONS\.\.\.] \fICOMMAND\fP [SERVICE\.\.\.]
.fam T
.fi
.fam T
.fi
.SH DESCRIPTION
Transform and execute every \fBsystemctl\fP invocation into a single or multiple service and update-rc.d commands. This script attemps to replace \fBsystemctl\fP \fBfrom\fP the \fBsystemd\fP project, for applications that are hardcoded errantly to use \fBsystemctl\fP instead of real service control operations.
.PP
The goal is to convert all possible \fBsystemctl\fP tasks to real service commands.
.PP
The script will log all invocations to /var/log/systemctl.log to assist in troubleshooting.
.SH AUTHOR
B. Stack <bgstack15@gmail.com>
.SH COPYRIGHT
CC-BY-SA 4.0
.SH BUGS
Of course no software is ever perfect. Please report bugs to bgstack15 on the #devuan-dev irc channel on freenode.net, or at <bgstack15@gmail.com>
.SH SEE ALSO
`\fBsystemctl\fP(1) \fBfrom\fP \fBsystemd\fP`

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title systemctl
section 8
project devuan-sanity
volume Devuan Commands Manual
date January 2021
=====
NAME
systemctl - Translate systemctl invocations into real service commands
SYNOPSIS
systemctl [OPTIONS...] COMMAND [SERVICE...]
DESCRIPTION
Transform and execute every systemctl invocation into a single or multiple service and update-rc.d commands. This script attemps to replace systemctl from the systemd project, for applications that are hardcoded errantly to use systemctl instead of real service control operations.
The goal is to convert all possible systemctl tasks to real service commands.
The script will log all invocations to /var/log/systemctl.log to assist in troubleshooting.
AUTHOR
B. Stack <bgstack15@gmail.com>
COPYRIGHT
CC-BY-SA 4.0
BUGS
Of course no software is ever perfect. Please report bugs to bgstack15 on the #devuan-dev irc channel on freenode.net, or at <bgstack15@gmail.com>
SEE ALSO
`systemctl(1) from systemd`
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