[arch-general] tmp files no longer removed

Kevin Chadwick ma1l1ists at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Jun 21 19:32:33 EDT 2012

> > > There is a configuration file in /usr/lib/tmpfiles.d named tmp.conf
> > > which can be copied to /etc/conf.d and modified as needed.  
> >
> > I meant a place for any shell incarnation though not a rigid??
> > pre-ordained facility.  
> Nothing has changed in this respect. If you want to add your own stuff to
> the initscripts it should be done by using our hooks system or
> /etc/rc.local. For the record, editing rc.sysinit directly itself is
> probably not a good idea as it will be overwritten on upgrade.

I figured that, atleast the rc.local bit. There's no exec line that can
be used in the tmpfiles.d either in arch or full systemd then running it
at the same stage of init, just out of interest. I know there is one
for getty I'm just not sure if it can apply to all unit files.


 Why not do something good every day and install BOINC.

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