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I have a systemd service with a paramter. It's working great. However, I cannot start it without a parameter.

The parameter would look like systemctl start [email protected], where the 1-0 would be parsed by a php script. The php script has a default of 1-0, but I cannot start it with systemctl start [email protected]. It tells me:

Failed to start [email protected]: Unit name [email protected] is missing the instance name.

I successfully enabled it with systemctl enable [email protected], but is it going to fail on boot? If so, how can I tell it to start with a default of 1-0 if nothing else is specified?

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It appears that enabling a service with a default parameter is possible, per this guide. Since it needs to default to 1-0, I just did:

systemctl enable my-service\@1-0.service

It successfully created the symlink:

Created symlink /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/[email protected] → /lib/systemd/system/[email protected]

Thanks for the downvote btw. Stay classy.

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