# systemd


to enable daemon use systemctl:

systemctl enable name-of-the.service

# systemd-boot

Enable it with systemctl if you not picked GRUB already systemd-boot || gummiboot The good thing is that it will autodetect your windows partitions in case of dual-booting, as well as others. It's lacking well support for customizations, but installation is quite fast.

# systemd-resolved

Enable it with systemctl.

ln -sf /run/systemd/resolve/stub-resolv.conf /etc/resolv.conf

edit resolv.conf and add:

nameserver # cloudflare
nameserver # google

Then check:

resolvectl status

eventually we will apply it in #iwd config file

# systemd-networkd

Enable it with systemctl decided not to move with #iwd

systemd-networkd it's a good choice in case if you want manual config on everything, and its already default in the system