Am 24.08.2015 um 15:29 schrieb Barry Scott:
On Thursday 20 August 2015 16:27:15 Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 20.08.2015 um 16:20 schrieb Dave Pawson:
>> Updated software via GUI.
>> new kernel 4.1.5-200.fc22.x86_64
>> Usual song and dance.
>> #akmod --force worked as previously.
> and you are sure the timers are not running?
> "disable" is bulls** if you really want something not have started
> * enable: start units unconditional
> * disable: start units on triggers/demand
> * mask: never start soemthing
> systemctl mask dnf-makecache.service
> systemctl mask dnf-makecache.timer
I have not hit any problem with using disable in practice. But Its nice to
know about mask, thanks for the info
well, then try to disable "udisks", "upower" or
"udisks.service" even don't have a install-section to enable or disable
it and i can't say how much i hate all that "on-demand" crap
well, you need some rsyslog-rules to stop the system whining about the
masked services everytime something would attempt to start them
"upower" (which is completly useless on a workstation) on the machine of
my co-developer started 2 days ago to turn off the monitor directly
after login via KDM into his ordianry KDE session
"systemctl stop upower.service; systemctl mask upower.service" and the
problem is solved