Hi. I’m new to Fedora and I am looking for some assistance. I decided to install Fedora 33 beta this past weekend and ran into a few issues. This post is for only one of the issues.
After installation, I created my daily backup to utilize rsync and systemd units as I have with my past distro. Once I finished creating the script and unit files, I verified and received several warnings that I am not familiar with. The script is fine. The warnings are with the units and are listed here: https://hastebin.net/xukekahila.rs
Create bash script
$ sudo nano /opt/mybackup.sh
$ sudo chmod +x /opt/mybackup.sh
Create service unit
$ sudo nano /etc/systemd/system/mybackup.service
Service unit file
Description=Daily backup using rsync
$ sudo systemctl daemon-reload
$ sudo systemctl start mybackup.service
Create timer unit
$ sudo nano /etc/systemd/system/mybackup.timer
Timer unit file
Description=Daily backup of home directory
$ sudo systemctl start mybackukp.timer
$ sudo systemctl enable mybackup.timer
$ sudo systemd-analyze verify /etc/systemd/system/mybackup.*
The verification returned a list of warnings around plymouth-start.service. I have a basic understanding of the unit files but know nothing about plymouth. It referred to KillMode=none but I have not used that parameter. I can only assume that there must something implied that I am not understanding or missing.
Any help deciphering the warnings would be much appreciated. Thanks!
EDIT: I forgot to include the details of the unit files.