systemd-homed.service - Man Page

Home Area/User Account Manager

Synopsis

systemd-homed.service

/usr/lib/systemd/systemd-homed

Description

systemd-homed is a system service that may be used to create, remove, change or inspect home areas (directories and network mounts and real or loopback block devices with a filesystem, optionally encrypted).

Most of systemd-homed's functionality is accessible through the homectl(1) command.

See the Home Directories[1] documentation for details about the format and design of home areas managed by systemd-homed.service.

Each home directory managed by systemd-homed.service synthesizes a local user and group. These are made available to the system using the User/Group Record Lookup API via Varlink[2], and thus may be browsed with userdbctl(1).

See Also

systemd(1), homectl(1), userdbctl(1)

Notes

  1. Home Directories
    https://systemd.io/HOME_DIRECTORY
  2. User/Group Record Lookup API via Varlink
    https://systemd.io/USER_GROUP_API

Referenced By

homectl(1), nss-systemd(8), pam_systemd_home(8), systemd.directives(7), systemd.index(7), systemd-userdbd.service(8), userdbctl(1).

The man page systemd-homed(8) is an alias of systemd-homed.service(8).

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