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The article is about systemd. If you don't use systemd, this is not really an article for you - unless you're just curious. It shows you how to list your services, your active services, and your inactive services. It's pretty handy if you're needing that information.


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Good article, for myself... I usually use...

systemctl list-unit-files
 
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Yeah, I figured I'd go with a couple of options each - as I'm not sure if one of 'em is being deprecated. I had the commands in different areas in my notes and don't know why I had it like that. This being Linux, there's always a bunch of ways to get things done, which is pretty awesome.
 
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