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rncbc's picture


there are two issues here:

1. no, you may not have it to start on login, rather it is supposed to run only once at boot time;
2. the debian/ubuntu packaging as provided in the ppa's are still relying on some kind of old sysvinit bridging into the newer systemd; also, you may only do that **INIT INFO** hack once in a lifetime, when you install and enable rtiirq for the first time.

note that 2. is solely a debian/ubuntu packaging issue and I would certainly appreciate any help in making it a pure systemd service install not relying on some deprecated stuff anymore like the old sysvinit stuff (being why the .deb package is still called after "rtirq-init" and not just "rtirq" as it should; but who am I to complain about debian/ubuntu specific stuff ;))