Are there any wrappers for systemD to make it a little easier to use?

I was wondering if there were any wrappers for systemD which makes it easier for me to run/execute any commands during startup?

Commands? Like pacman -Xx Or do you mean like services like Bluetooth?

Or are you just trying to get to a tty?

This would be my best suggestion to start as I really have no idea what you’re actually trying to do.

For example I want to stop my PC from waking up after moving my mouse, everytime i start my PC I have to run the commands in order to stop this from happening but how would I configure this to do it automatically?

I could do systemD but that is always quite complicated. I wanted something a bit more simpler, possibly a wrapper that makes things easier. Do you happen to know any suggestions?

I am not sure much has changed since last time we had a chat about this:

Right I see.


Yes, it is written systemd, not system D or System D, or even SystemD. And it isn’t system d either. Why? Because it’s a system daemon, and under Unix/Linux those are in lower case, and get suffixed with a lower case d.


You could use the rc-local package from AUR.

It provides a service rc-local.service which executes the file /etc/rc.local on every startup. Just put all your commands in this file.


Or as I’ve recently taken to calling it: soystemd.

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