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No systemd in grub menu

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No systemd in grub menu


Post by Mahdizm » Mon Jun 10, 2019 1:09 pm

Hey guys,im new to linux,i need to start some apps and services on startup any time the system reboots cuz i need to set the device in my other house for a project so i could connect to it remotely from where i am,but the problem is i can not make services i need autostart but i read some topics on how to to do it and they suggested to use systemctl which needs systemd which i can not choose on startup, cuz there is no start with systemd on startup,what should i do?

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Re: No systemd in grub menu


Post by richb » Mon Jun 10, 2019 1:13 pm

Click on Advanced in the boot menu. Systemd boot is there.
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