On 18/12/11 07:10, Wolfgang Rosenauer wrote:
Am 17.12.2011 01:18, schrieb Cristian Rodríguez:
Add documentation, HowTos etc. for developers and users of systemd and its service files so that they can tweak and extend their system as easily as with sysvinit. This might be inherently hard, because some things that used to be in easily changeable /etc/init.d/boot.* scripts were hardcoded into systemd's C code.
There is more documentation, than the old system ever had, including full grown how-tos to convert both units and daemons, example c code, libraries, tools, whatever..
might be that systemd is documented. What still is not very comprehensive though is packager documentation for openSUSE's systemd migration. http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Systemd_packaging_guidelines (this is simply not answering many questions)
I was able to find a solution/workaround for some of them. And I'm not sure if those break because I wasn't able to fully test them.
what is missing there so it can be improved ? do we want to duplicate the man pages or other documentation found in upstream ?
I believe that's enough, at least is enough to get started for me :-)