~craftyguy/superd

87cabae3eeda2b585bf76e75b0ca6f82ba985bb5 — Adnan Maolood 10 days ago b8b1278 master
doc/superd.1: fix services location

Update the docs to match the current behavior.
1 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

M doc/superd.1.scd
M doc/superd.1.scd => doc/superd.1.scd +3 -3
@@ 46,14 46,14 @@ or indicate auto-start status.
	configuration here, most likely by symlinking to the .service file from the
	service's package that was installed in $XDG_DATA_DIRS/superd/services.

*$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/superd/services*
*$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/services*

	This is meant to contain user-specific configurations, either not found
	elsewhere on the system (i.e. in the above directories), or overriding
	one or more configuration from those directories by providing file(s) with
	the same name(s).

*$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/superd/services/enabled*
*$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/services/enabled*

	Configuration in this directory will be autostarted. Nominally the files
	here are symlinks to the actual files that are located elsewhere, since


@@ 77,7 77,7 @@ To unmask/re-enable a service, remove the symlink/zero length file in the
higher priority directory.

It is recommended to mask services by creating this symlink in
$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/superd/services/enabled.
$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/services/enabled.

superctl will handle automatic symlink creation, etc when using the *enable* and
*disable* commands.