A D unit assigned to:
[Unit] Description=Dropbox CLI client daemon After=local-fs.target network.target [Service] Type=simple ExecStart=%h/.dropbox-dist/dropboxd Restart=on-failure RestartSec=1 [Install] WantedBy=default.target
Is to an extend extended by a blogger is sufficiently altered by several steps like:
cp /etc/systemd/user/dropbox.service ~/.config/systemd/user -v
is running perfectly on a user base, putting it to a mildly corrected location, on the run $USER services assigning where possible, and especially, if erroneous, to a user scope. So, it’s fine in the long term.
Initially, there was a git RCS contribution about D unit global scale, emphasizing direct approach of the so called dialectic materialism? However, mine had the same approach, so I decided to correct it mildly to the $HOME directory, as it wasn’t worth rewriting the whole D file to a contemporary corresponding blogger site.