By Pranay Jha
| Aug 22, 2020 | In Articles
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It will show all services which are in stopped and started mode.
To unmask the service
systemctl unmask vmdird.service
To start the service
systemctl start vmdird.service
Perform these steps for all services. Now your services will be in started mode.
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