Wiki inconsistency with services enabled by default
sgallagh at redhat.com
Wed Jul 15 16:00:31 UTC 2015
On Wed, 2015-07-15 at 10:31 -0500, Richard Shaw wrote:
> While investigating a problem with one of my packages regarding
> systemd I noticed there there is an inconsistency with instructions
> on how to get a service enabled by default.
> The packaging scriptlet page says:
> If your package includes one or more systemd units that need to be
> enabled by default on package installation, they need to be covered
> by the default Fedora preset policy. The default fedora preset policy
> is shipped as part of systemd.rpm. If your unit files are missing
> from this list, please file a bug against the systemd package. Only
> services covered by the policy on which services that may be enabled
> by default on package installation are eligible for this, and you
> will need to receive special permission from FESCo to have a package
> start a service by default if it is not covered by the existing
> While the Packaging:DefaultServices page says:
> For services which meet one of the conditions listed above, a ticket
> should be filed against the fedora-release package. If the preset
> should be changed for versions other than rawhide, indicate that in
> the ticket.
> So one says to file the bug against systemd, the other says to file
> it against fedora-release.
> Which one is it?
The presets have been moved to fedora-release. Please file bugs there.
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