Custom systemwide systemd service files are located at
You might need to call systemctl daemon-reload or restart to make systemd read
all service files again (but not sure).
The systemd service files are located here:
As i don't use ubuntu i guess the debian startup script should work. To get
sure check the binary path in the .service file.
Am 11.01.2022 um 00:42 schrieb pranav.lal@xxxxxxxxx:
<snip Fenrir core only requires python and python3-daemonize
PL] I have both those programs and they are passing. I’ll try to start Fenrir
and see what happens.
Ubuntu 21 has changed where user service files go for the service. I actually
want to start Fenrir at boot. Can someone tell me where to put the service
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Subject: [fenrir-screenreader] Re: Ubuntu 21.1: check dependencies is failing
though everything is passing
Does it start? If yes, then i might broke the dependency checker last time i
Fenrir core only requires python and python3-daemonize
Am 10.01.2022 um 17:36 schrieb pranav.lal@xxxxxxxxx:
I am running check-dependencies pi and all the checks are passing but the
script is saying that Fenrir core is unavailable.
Anyone any ideas? I have just pulled the latest Fenrir.
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