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systemd or Bumblebee problem?

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – Lekensteyn wrote:Those XORG messages can be ignored. Have a look at your journal (journalctl -ab) and looks for bumblebeed messages on top. systemctl enable bumblebeed should really create an entry in /etc/systemd/system/ that causes bumblebeed to start on boot.Thanks again for advice.  Finally I find a way to load bumblebeed.service at boot - just edit the /usr/lib/systemd/system/bumblebeed.service file, changing the last words from "WantedBy=graphical.target" to "WantedBy=multi-user.target", then run systemctl reenable bumblebeed.service.I do not know why I have to d (HowTos)