Thanks for your response.
/etc/profile and similar are interactive shell (/bash) concepts, not reallyUnderstood, here is what I try to figure out. I use several systemd
services to start my tasks, each task is not just a system process, I
found it also has a system environment similar in user login from
/etcprofile, /home/user/.profile, my question is where is a system
environment file that each systemd service runs from?
I also thought that /etc/profile.d files should be automatically
invoked for each user login, but a systemd service does not run
If you want to execute something else without the need for logging it, youUnderstood, that was what I did originally, I have to run the setup
system environment in each service ExecStart script, that is why I am
looking for a global environment setup file to avoid duplication of
putting my environment scripts in each ExecStart execution file.
"A man can fail many times, but he isn't a failure until he begins to
blame somebody else."
-- John Burroughs