Howdy,

I'm learning a fair bit about systemd myself. I am sure you could probably dig in to where the *.service files are kept, but you can disable services using systemctl IIRC:

systemctl disable servicename.service

Not sure if that persists (can't test right this minute) over a reboot, but one would assume so.

Service files are stashed someplace like /lib/systemd/system

Cheers,

Akram


On Sat, Jun 29, 2013 at 6:19 AM, dtran11 <dtran11@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi I am currently using Yocto (danny) for my overo. I would like to disable
stuff from systemd to make things boot faster (disable system logging, udev,
etc..). Has anyone done this before with systemd? I have been able to do it
before with the old init.d but systemd seems to be very integrated with udev
and logging.

Thanks



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