It's a bit annoying that DietPI has been configured to reboot at every change,
Using "systemctl daemon-reload" will suffice.
Is it is build-in for Windows users, since they're used to such behavior and this makes them feel at-home?
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Nope.warp4ever wrote:Is it is build-in for Windows users, since they're used to such behavior and this makes them feel at-home?
Reboot required flag is applied, only when a reboot is required to apply the setting. We do load/unload some modules where possible without reboot (eg: WiFi).
dtoverlay changes = reboot
toggle wifi/eth hardware (modules) = no reboot
config.txt change (eg: resolution) = reboot
For networking/services/fstab AFAIK.Using "systemctl daemon-reload" will suffice.
If you could list options that you believe we could achieve without a reboot, please let me know, we'll take a look.