@Wolf480pl@niu.moe no. Services aren't written, and aren't encouraged to be written in systemd-specific ways, they're just plain old Unix executables, and any plain old Unix executable can be run as a systemd service.

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@Wolf480pl@niu.moe systemd integration (sd_listen_fds and such) should of course be hidden behind an ifdef & a build time option that controls that ifdef and adds or removes libsystemd to the list of dependencies. And again, even if a service is built against libsystemd, it's a no-op at runtime unless systemd (or another service manager using a compatible API) is in use.

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