B

binfmt.d(5) – Configure additional binary formats for executables at boot

bootchart.conf(5) – Boot performance analysis graphing tool configuration file

bootup(7) – System bootup process

busctl(1) – Introspect the bus

C

crypttab(5) – Configuration for encrypted block devices

D

daemon(7) – Writing and packaging system daemons

F

file-hierarchy(7) – File system hierarchy overview

H

halt(8) – Halt, power-off or reboot the machine

hostname(5) – Local hostname configuration file

hostnamectl(1) – Control the system hostname

I

init(1) – systemd system and service manager

J

journalctl(1) – Query the systemd journal

journald.conf(5) – Journal service configuration file

K

kernel-command-line(7) – Kernel command line parameters

kernel-install(8) – Add and remove kernel and initramfs images to and from /boot

L

locale.conf(5) – Configuration file for locale settings

localectl(1) – Control the system locale and keyboard layout settings

localtime(5) – Local timezone configuration file

loginctl(1) – Control the systemd login manager

logind.conf(5) – Login manager configuration file

M

machine-id(5) – Local machine ID configuration file

machine-info(5) – Local machine information file

machinectl(1) – Control the systemd machine manager

modules-load.d(5) – Configure kernel modules to load at boot

O

os-release(5) – Operating system identification

P

pam_systemd(8) – Register user sessions in the systemd login manager

poweroff(8) – Halt, power-off or reboot the machine

R

reboot(8) – Halt, power-off or reboot the machine

resolved.conf(5) – Network Name Resolution configuration file

runlevel(8) – Print previous and current SysV runlevel

S

sd-daemon(3) – APIs for new-style daemons

sd-id128(3) – APIs for processing 128-bit IDs

sd-journal(3) – APIs for submitting and querying log entries to and from the journal

sd-login(3) – APIs for tracking logins

sd-readahead(3) – Reference implementation of APIs for controlling boot-time read-ahead

SD_ALERT(3) – APIs for new-style daemons

sd_booted(3) – Test whether the system is running the systemd init system

SD_CRIT(3) – APIs for new-style daemons

SD_DEBUG(3) – APIs for new-style daemons

SD_EMERG(3) – APIs for new-style daemons

SD_ERR(3) – APIs for new-style daemons

sd_get_machine_names(3) – Determine available seats, sessions, logged in users and virtual machines/containers

sd_get_seats(3) – Determine available seats, sessions, logged in users and virtual machines/containers

sd_get_sessions(3) – Determine available seats, sessions, logged in users and virtual machines/containers

sd_get_uids(3) – Determine available seats, sessions, logged in users and virtual machines/containers

SD_ID128_CONST_STR(3) – APIs for processing 128-bit IDs

sd_id128_equal(3) – APIs for processing 128-bit IDs

SD_ID128_FORMAT_STR(3) – APIs for processing 128-bit IDs

SD_ID128_FORMAT_VAL(3) – APIs for processing 128-bit IDs

sd_id128_from_string(3) – Format or parse 128-bit IDs as strings

sd_id128_get_boot(3) – Retrieve 128-bit IDs

sd_id128_get_machine(3) – Retrieve 128-bit IDs

SD_ID128_MAKE(3) – APIs for processing 128-bit IDs

sd_id128_randomize(3) – Generate 128-bit IDs

sd_id128_t(3) – APIs for processing 128-bit IDs

sd_id128_to_string(3) – Format or parse 128-bit IDs as strings

SD_INFO(3) – APIs for new-style daemons

sd_is_fifo(3) – Check the type of a file descriptor

sd_is_mq(3) – Check the type of a file descriptor

sd_is_socket(3) – Check the type of a file descriptor

sd_is_socket_inet(3) – Check the type of a file descriptor

sd_is_socket_unix(3) – Check the type of a file descriptor

sd_is_special(3) – Check the type of a file descriptor

sd_journal(3) – Open the system journal for reading

sd_journal_add_conjunction(3) – Add or remove entry matches

sd_journal_add_disjunction(3) – Add or remove entry matches

sd_journal_add_match(3) – Add or remove entry matches

SD_JOURNAL_APPEND(3) – Journal change notification interface

sd_journal_close(3) – Open the system journal for reading

SD_JOURNAL_CURRENT_USER(3) – Open the system journal for reading

sd_journal_enumerate_data(3) – Read data fields from the current journal entry

sd_journal_enumerate_unique(3) – Read unique data fields from the journal

sd_journal_flush_matches(3) – Add or remove entry matches

SD_JOURNAL_FOREACH(3) – Advance or set back the read pointer in the journal

SD_JOURNAL_FOREACH_BACKWARDS(3) – Advance or set back the read pointer in the journal

SD_JOURNAL_FOREACH_DATA(3) – Read data fields from the current journal entry

SD_JOURNAL_FOREACH_UNIQUE(3) – Read unique data fields from the journal

sd_journal_get_catalog(3) – Retrieve message catalog entry

sd_journal_get_catalog_for_message_id(3) – Retrieve message catalog entry

sd_journal_get_cursor(3) – Get cursor string for or test cursor string against the current journal entry

sd_journal_get_cutoff_monotonic_usec(3) – Read cut-off timestamps from the current journal entry

sd_journal_get_cutoff_realtime_usec(3) – Read cut-off timestamps from the current journal entry

sd_journal_get_data(3) – Read data fields from the current journal entry

sd_journal_get_data_threshold(3) – Read data fields from the current journal entry

sd_journal_get_events(3) – Journal change notification interface

sd_journal_get_fd(3) – Journal change notification interface

sd_journal_get_monotonic_usec(3) – Read timestamps from the current journal entry

sd_journal_get_realtime_usec(3) – Read timestamps from the current journal entry

sd_journal_get_timeout(3) – Journal change notification interface

sd_journal_get_usage(3) – Journal disk usage

SD_JOURNAL_INVALIDATE(3) – Journal change notification interface

SD_JOURNAL_LOCAL_ONLY(3) – Open the system journal for reading

sd_journal_next(3) – Advance or set back the read pointer in the journal

sd_journal_next_skip(3) – Advance or set back the read pointer in the journal

SD_JOURNAL_NOP(3) – Journal change notification interface

sd_journal_open(3) – Open the system journal for reading

sd_journal_open_container(3) – Open the system journal for reading

sd_journal_open_directory(3) – Open the system journal for reading

sd_journal_open_files(3) – Open the system journal for reading

sd_journal_perror(3) – Submit log entries to the journal

sd_journal_previous(3) – Advance or set back the read pointer in the journal

sd_journal_previous_skip(3) – Advance or set back the read pointer in the journal

sd_journal_print(3) – Submit log entries to the journal

sd_journal_printv(3) – Submit log entries to the journal

sd_journal_process(3) – Journal change notification interface

sd_journal_query_unique(3) – Read unique data fields from the journal

sd_journal_reliable_fd(3) – Journal change notification interface

sd_journal_restart_data(3) – Read data fields from the current journal entry

sd_journal_restart_unique(3) – Read unique data fields from the journal

SD_JOURNAL_RUNTIME_ONLY(3) – Open the system journal for reading

sd_journal_seek_cursor(3) – Seek to a position in the journal

sd_journal_seek_head(3) – Seek to a position in the journal

sd_journal_seek_monotonic_usec(3) – Seek to a position in the journal

sd_journal_seek_realtime_usec(3) – Seek to a position in the journal

sd_journal_seek_tail(3) – Seek to a position in the journal

sd_journal_send(3) – Submit log entries to the journal

sd_journal_sendv(3) – Submit log entries to the journal

sd_journal_set_data_threshold(3) – Read data fields from the current journal entry

sd_journal_stream_fd(3) – Create log stream file descriptor to the journal

SD_JOURNAL_SUPPRESS_LOCATION(3) – Submit log entries to the journal

SD_JOURNAL_SYSTEM(3) – Open the system journal for reading

sd_journal_test_cursor(3) – Get cursor string for or test cursor string against the current journal entry

sd_journal_wait(3) – Journal change notification interface

sd_listen_fds(3) – Check for file descriptors passed by the system manager

SD_LISTEN_FDS_START(3) – Check for file descriptors passed by the system manager

sd_login_monitor(3) – Monitor login sessions, seats, users and virtual machines/containers

sd_login_monitor_flush(3) – Monitor login sessions, seats, users and virtual machines/containers

sd_login_monitor_get_events(3) – Monitor login sessions, seats, users and virtual machines/containers

sd_login_monitor_get_fd(3) – Monitor login sessions, seats, users and virtual machines/containers

sd_login_monitor_get_timeout(3) – Monitor login sessions, seats, users and virtual machines/containers

sd_login_monitor_new(3) – Monitor login sessions, seats, users and virtual machines/containers

sd_login_monitor_unref(3) – Monitor login sessions, seats, users and virtual machines/containers

SD_NOTICE(3) – APIs for new-style daemons

sd_notify(3) – Notify service manager about start-up completion and other daemon status changes

sd_notifyf(3) – Notify service manager about start-up completion and other daemon status changes

sd_peer_get_machine_name(3) – Determine session, service, owner of a session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer

sd_peer_get_owner_uid(3) – Determine session, service, owner of a session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer

sd_peer_get_session(3) – Determine session, service, owner of a session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer

sd_peer_get_slice(3) – Determine session, service, owner of a session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer

sd_peer_get_unit(3) – Determine session, service, owner of a session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer

sd_peer_get_user_unit(3) – Determine session, service, owner of a session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer

sd_pid_get_machine_name(3) – Determine session, service, owner of a session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer

sd_pid_get_owner_uid(3) – Determine session, service, owner of a session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer

sd_pid_get_session(3) – Determine session, service, owner of a session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer

sd_pid_get_slice(3) – Determine session, service, owner of a session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer

sd_pid_get_unit(3) – Determine session, service, owner of a session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer

sd_pid_get_user_unit(3) – Determine session, service, owner of a session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer

sd_readahead(3) – Control ongoing disk boot-time read-ahead operations

sd_seat_can_graphical(3) – Determine state of a specific seat

sd_seat_can_multi_session(3) – Determine state of a specific seat

sd_seat_can_tty(3) – Determine state of a specific seat

sd_seat_get_active(3) – Determine state of a specific seat

sd_seat_get_sessions(3) – Determine state of a specific seat

sd_session_get_class(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_session_get_display(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_session_get_remote_host(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_session_get_remote_user(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_session_get_seat(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_session_get_service(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_session_get_state(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_session_get_tty(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_session_get_type(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_session_get_uid(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_session_get_vt(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_session_is_active(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_session_is_remote(3) – Determine state of a specific session

sd_uid_get_display(3) – Determine login state of a specific Unix user ID

sd_uid_get_seats(3) – Determine login state of a specific Unix user ID

sd_uid_get_sessions(3) – Determine login state of a specific Unix user ID

sd_uid_get_state(3) – Determine login state of a specific Unix user ID

sd_uid_is_on_seat(3) – Determine login state of a specific Unix user ID

SD_WARNING(3) – APIs for new-style daemons

sd_watchdog_enabled(3) – Check whether the service manager expects watchdog keep-alive notifications from a service

shutdown(8) – Halt, power-off or reboot the machine

sysctl.d(5) – Configure kernel parameters at boot

systemctl(1) – Control the systemd system and service manager

systemd(1) – systemd system and service manager

systemd-activate(8) – Test socket activation of daemons

systemd-analyze(1) – Analyze system boot-up performance

systemd-ask-password(1) – Query the user for a system password

systemd-ask-password-console.path(8) – Query the user for system passwords on the console and via wall

systemd-ask-password-console.service(8) – Query the user for system passwords on the console and via wall

systemd-ask-password-wall.path(8) – Query the user for system passwords on the console and via wall

systemd-ask-password-wall.service(8) – Query the user for system passwords on the console and via wall

systemd-backlight(8) – Load and save the display backlight brightness at boot and shutdown

[email protected]service(8) – Load and save the display backlight brightness at boot and shutdown

systemd-binfmt(8) – Configure additional binary formats for executables at boot

systemd-binfmt.service(8) – Configure additional binary formats for executables at boot

systemd-bootchart(1) – Boot performance graphing tool

systemd-cat(1) – Connect a pipeline or program's output with the journal

systemd-cgls(1) – Recursively show control group contents

systemd-cgtop(1) – Show top control groups by their resource usage

systemd-cryptsetup(8) – Full disk decryption logic

systemd-cryptsetup-generator(8) – Unit generator for

[email protected]service(8) – Full disk decryption logic

systemd-debug-generator(8) – Generator for enabling a runtime debug shell and masking specific units at boot

systemd-delta(1) – Find overridden configuration files

systemd-detect-virt(1) – Detect execution in a virtualized environment

systemd-efi-boot-generator(8) – Generator for automatically mounting the EFI System Partition used by the current boot to

systemd-escape(1) – Escape strings for usage in system unit names

systemd-fsck(8) – File system checker logic

systemd-fsck-root.service(8) – File system checker logic

[email protected]service(8) – File system checker logic

systemd-fstab-generator(8) – Unit generator for /etc/fstab

systemd-getty-generator(8) – Generator for enabling getty instances on the console

systemd-gpt-auto-generator(8) – Generator for automatically discovering and mounting root,

systemd-halt.service(8) – System shutdown logic

systemd-hibernate.service(8) – System sleep state logic

systemd-hostnamed(8) – Host name bus mechanism

systemd-hostnamed.service(8) – Host name bus mechanism

systemd-hybrid-sleep.service(8) – System sleep state logic

systemd-inhibit(1) – Execute a program with an inhibition lock taken

systemd-initctl(8) – /dev/initctl compatibility

systemd-initctl.service(8) – /dev/initctl compatibility

systemd-initctl.socket(8) – /dev/initctl compatibility

systemd-journald(8) – Journal service

systemd-journald-dev-log.socket(8) – Journal service

systemd-journald.service(8) – Journal service

systemd-journald.socket(8) – Journal service

systemd-kexec.service(8) – System shutdown logic

systemd-localed(8) – Locale bus mechanism

systemd-localed.service(8) – Locale bus mechanism

systemd-logind(8) – Login manager

systemd-logind.service(8) – Login manager

systemd-machine-id-setup(1) – Initialize the machine ID in /etc/machine-id

systemd-machined(8) – Virtual machine and container registration manager

systemd-machined.service(8) – Virtual machine and container registration manager

systemd-modules-load(8) – Configure kernel modules to load at boot

systemd-modules-load.service(8) – Configure kernel modules to load at boot

systemd-networkd(8) – Network manager

systemd-networkd-wait-online(8) – Wait for network to come online

systemd-networkd-wait-online.service(8) – Wait for network to come online

systemd-networkd.service(8) – Network manager

systemd-notify(1) – Notify service manager about start-up completion and other daemon status changes

systemd-nspawn(1) – Spawn a namespace container for debugging, testing and building

systemd-path(1) – List and query system and user paths

systemd-poweroff.service(8) – System shutdown logic

systemd-quotacheck(8) – File system quota checker logic

systemd-quotacheck.service(8) – File system quota checker logic

systemd-random-seed(8) – Load and save the system random seed at boot and shutdown

systemd-random-seed.service(8) – Load and save the system random seed at boot and shutdown

systemd-readahead(8) – Disk read ahead logic

systemd-readahead-collect.service(8) – Disk read ahead logic

systemd-readahead-done.service(8) – Disk read ahead logic

systemd-readahead-done.timer(8) – Disk read ahead logic

systemd-readahead-replay.service(8) – Disk read ahead logic

systemd-reboot.service(8) – System shutdown logic

systemd-remount-fs(8) – Remount root and kernel file systems

systemd-remount-fs.service(8) – Remount root and kernel file systems

systemd-resolved(8) – Network Name Resolution manager

systemd-resolved.service(8) – Network Name Resolution manager

systemd-rfkill(8) – Load and save the RF kill switch state at boot and shutdown

[email protected]service(8) – Load and save the RF kill switch state at boot and shutdown

systemd-run(1) – Run programs in transient scope or service units

systemd-shutdown(8) – System shutdown logic

systemd-shutdownd(8) – Scheduled shutdown service

systemd-shutdownd.service(8) – Scheduled shutdown service

systemd-shutdownd.socket(8) – Scheduled shutdown service

systemd-sleep(8) – System sleep state logic

systemd-sleep.conf(5) – Suspend and hibernation configuration file

systemd-socket-proxyd(8) – Bidirectionally proxy local sockets to another (possibly remote) socket.

systemd-suspend.service(8) – System sleep state logic

systemd-sysctl(8) – Configure kernel parameters at boot

systemd-sysctl.service(8) – Configure kernel parameters at boot

systemd-system-update-generator(8) – Generator for redirecting boot to offline update mode

systemd-system.conf(5) – System and session service manager configuration file

systemd-sysusers(8) – Allocate system users and groups

systemd-sysusers.service(8) – Allocate system users and groups

systemd-timedated(8) – Time and date bus mechanism

systemd-timedated.service(8) – Time and date bus mechanism

systemd-timesyncd(8) – Network Time Synchronization

systemd-timesyncd.service(8) – Network Time Synchronization

systemd-tmpfiles(8) – Creates, deletes and cleans up volatile and temporary files and directories

systemd-tmpfiles-clean.service(8) – Creates, deletes and cleans up volatile and temporary files and directories

systemd-tmpfiles-clean.timer(8) – Creates, deletes and cleans up volatile and temporary files and directories

systemd-tmpfiles-setup-dev.service(8) – Creates, deletes and cleans up volatile and temporary files and directories

systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service(8) – Creates, deletes and cleans up volatile and temporary files and directories

systemd-tty-ask-password-agent(1) – List or process pending systemd password requests

systemd-udevd(8) – Device event managing daemon

systemd-udevd-control.socket(8) – Device event managing daemon

systemd-udevd-kernel.socket(8) – Device event managing daemon

systemd-udevd.service(8) – Device event managing daemon

systemd-update-done(8) – Mark

systemd-update-done.service(8) – Mark

systemd-update-utmp(8) – Write audit and utmp updates at bootup, runlevel changes and shutdown

systemd-update-utmp-runlevel.service(8) – Write audit and utmp updates at bootup, runlevel changes and shutdown

systemd-update-utmp.service(8) – Write audit and utmp updates at bootup, runlevel changes and shutdown

systemd-user-sessions(8) – Permit user logins after boot, prohibit user logins at shutdown

systemd-user-sessions.service(8) – Permit user logins after boot, prohibit user logins at shutdown

systemd-user.conf(5) – System and session service manager configuration file

systemd.automount(5) – Automount unit configuration

systemd.device(5) – Device unit configuration

systemd.directives(7) – Index of configuration directives

systemd.exec(5) – Execution environment configuration

systemd.journal-fields(7) – Special journal fields

systemd.kill(5) – Process killing procedure configuration

systemd.link(5) – Network device configuration

systemd.mount(5) – Mount unit configuration

systemd.netdev(5) – Virtual Network Device configuration

systemd.network(5) – Network configuration

systemd.path(5) – Path unit configuration

systemd.preset(5) – Service enablement presets

systemd.resource-control(5) – Resource control unit settings

systemd.scope(5) – Scope unit configuration

systemd.service(5) – Service unit configuration

systemd.slice(5) – Slice unit configuration

systemd.snapshot(5) – Snapshot unit configuration

systemd.socket(5) – Socket unit configuration

systemd.special(7) – Special systemd units

systemd.swap(5) – Swap unit configuration

systemd.target(5) – Target unit configuration

systemd.time(7) – Time and date specifications

systemd.timer(5) – Timer unit configuration

systemd.unit(5) – Unit configuration

sysusers.d(5) – Declarative allocation of system users and groups

T

telinit(8) – Change SysV runlevel

timedatectl(1) – Control the system time and date

tmpfiles.d(5) – Configuration for creation, deletion and cleaning of volatile and temporary files

U

udev(7) – Dynamic device management

udevadm(8) – udev management tool

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