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Feb 23 '20 at 12:42 comment added rdmueller you know, I also install additional software and I don't like to do it manually every time. In addition, when I experiment with setups, I would like to have the chance to easily roll back.
Feb 23 '20 at 1:13 comment added Milliways "everytime I setup a new sd card" how often? why? I setup a SD Card about every 2 years when a new OS is released and then clone.
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Feb 22 '20 at 16:24 comment added rdmueller my main system is a windows device. I guess that says it all 😂
Feb 22 '20 at 15:30 comment added goldilocks Probably easier to put it into the root filesystem, unless a constraint is you can't access anything but the first partition. Enabling/activating a systemd service is really just a matter of creating a symlink, so it can be done without the system running. If that is too complicated, I think /etc/rc.local still runs by default, you could use or replace that. Beware tasks that require more than a second or two should fork and exit the foreground.
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