@@ 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.
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).
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
superctl will handle automatic symlink creation, etc when using the *enable* and