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1. Re: Set ip lan address /etc/environment (Maykel Franco)
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3. Re: Where can I 'setterm -blank 5 -powerdown 6' as part of
the boot process/systemd startup? (Guus Snijders)


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Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2018 08:48:03 +0200
From: Maykel Franco <***@gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [arch-general] Set ip lan address /etc/environment
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2018-05-31 12:01 GMT+02:00 Leonid Isaev via arch-general
Hi Maykel,
I need define variable called ip with current ip address machine...
And when reboot machine, the variable ip always has ip address.
Yes, I think we all figured that bit out. :-)
But why; what's going to be using that IP-address environment variable,
and when?
Indeed. Is it for consumption of users whose shell you don't know? Is it for
scripts, like cron jobs?
In the former case, see what is in /etc/shells, and drop a script to
/etc/profile.d, one for each shell. But that will be for login shells. In the
latter case, I am afraid you need to define it each time...
Finally, a bit of a puzzle, what are you going to do when the network goes
down, i.e. should the variable be unset or updated? In other words, how certain
are you that the IP address remains unchanged throughout the machine uptime?
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Leonid Isaev
I need this for docker. I have docker services in which I use
variables and I want to pass the always updated ip variable. If the
network goes, it is not a problem, it will always have the same fixed
static ip. But this way I leave docker generalized for any pc.


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This was at the bottom of the message you replied to. :)

In general: pay a little attention to where you leave your email address.
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Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2018 09:03:11 +0200
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Subject: Re: [arch-general] Where can I 'setterm -blank 5 -powerdown
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Op do 31 mei 2018 21:39 schreef David C. Rankin <
[Unit]
Description=Enable virtual console blanking and poweroff
[...]
I'll give it a try. I installed the service file in /usr/lib/systemd/system
and then enabled it. (I guess I should create a package for it)
Indeed, either a package or place it in /etc. /usr/lib is managed by
pacman, so custom files there will cause confusion.
Also, systemd has an hierarchy in /etc for exactly this reason...


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