init-system-helpers 1.14ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


init-system-helpers (1.14ubuntu1) trusty; urgency=medium

  * script/deb-systemd-invoke: Replace with /bin/true. systemd as pid 1 and
    for /lib/systemd/system/ is not supported in Ubuntu 14.04. It will only
    be supported as "deputy init" running as an upstart job and handling
    /lib/systemd/upstart/ (and /{run,etc}/systemd/system as usual). This
    completely disables the handling of systemd units shipped by Ubuntu
    packages, to avoid suddenly breaking them when installing them alongside
    the new deputy systemd init. (LP: #1616422)
  * debian/init-system-helpers.manpages: Remove deb-systemd-invoke manpage as
    there is no POD any more to generate it from, and it's also irrelevant.

 -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden>  Thu, 15 Sep 2016 13:04:42 +0200

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dh-systemd: debhelper add-on to handle systemd unit files

 dh-systemd provides a debhelper sequence addon named 'systemd' and the
 dh_systemd_enable/dh_systemd_start commands.
 The dh_systemd_enable command adds the appropriate code to the postinst, prerm
 and postrm maint scripts to properly enable/disable systemd service files.
 The dh_systemd_start command deals with start/stop/restart on upgrades for
 systemd-only service files.

init-system-helpers: helper tools for all init systems

 This package contains helper tools that are necessary for switching between
 the various init systems that Debian contains (e.g. sysvinit, upstart,
 systemd). An example is deb-systemd-helper, a script that enables systemd unit
 files without depending on a running systemd.
 While this package is maintained by pkg-systemd-maintainers, it is NOT
 specific to systemd at all. Maintainers of other init systems are welcome to
 include their helpers in this package.