Provided by: debhelper_13.9.1ubuntu1_all bug


       dh_installsystemduser - install systemd unit files


       dh_installsystemduser [debhelper options] [--no-enable] [--name=name] [unit file ...]


       dh_installsystemduser finds the systemd user instance service files installed by a package
       and generates preinst, postinst, and prerm code blocks for enabling, disabling, starting,
       stopping, and restarting the corresponding systemd user instance services, when the
       package is installed, updated, or removed. These snippets are added to the maintainer
       scripts by dh_installdeb(1).

       deb-systemd-helper(1) is used to enable and disable the systemd units, thus it is not
       necessary that the machine actually runs systemd during package installation time,
       enabling happens on all machines.

       dh_installsystemduser operates on all user instance unit files installed by a package. For
       only generating blocks for specific unit files, pass them as arguments. Specific unit
       files can be excluded from processing using the -X common debhelper(1) option.


       debian/package.user.path, debian/package@.user.path, debian/package.user.service,
       debian/package@.user.service, debian/package.user.socket, debian/package@.user.socket,
       debian/, debian/, debian/package.user.timer,
           If any of those files exists, they are installed into usr/lib/systemd/user/ in the
           package build directory removing the .user file name part.


           Install the service file as name.service instead of the default filename
           package.service. When this parameter is used, dh_installsystemd looks for and installs
           files named debian/ instead of the usual
           debian/package.user.service.  Moreover, maintainer scripts are only generated for
           units that match the given name.

           Disable the service(s) on purge, but do not enable them on install.


       This command is not idempotent. dh_prep(1) should be called between invocations of this
       command (with the same arguments). Otherwise, it may cause multiple instances of the same
       text to be added to maintainer scripts.


       debhelper(7), dh_installsystemd(1), deb-systemd-helper(1)