For my application, I need to cut off the USB power at the earliest possible stage. Right now it starts early in init.d but I would like it, if possible, to start before the init.d stuff starts. I read somewhere that Linux normally calls /sbin/init after it boots the kernel. I looked at that file and I only calls this binary "/lib/systemd/systemd" Is this the case for Raspi as well? Can I put stuff right before or after that line?
journalctl -u disableusb.service No journal files were found.
And yes, I did a
sudo systemctl enable disableusb before. And it said it created a link to it.
pi@raspberrypi:~$ systemd-analyze Startup finished in 3.312s (kernel) + 14.995s (userspace) = 18.308s multi-user.target @14.786s └─getty.target @14.767s └─serial-getty@ttyAMA0.service @14.733s └─systemd-user-sessions.service @13.720s +251ms └─network.target @13.142s └─dhcpcd.service @11.656s +1.249s └─basic.target @11.571s └─timers.target @11.552s └─systemd-tmpfiles-clean.timer @11.551s └─sysinit.target @11.522s └─networking.service @7.911s +3.569s └─local-fs.target @7.757s └─boot.mount @7.503s +162ms └─firstname.lastname@example.org @7.195s +248ms └─dev-mmcblk0p6.device @7.166s