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Tse’ Yi’ Gai High School in New Mexico allows sponsors to support kids all the way to graduation
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The remote town of Pueblo Pintado is located in the northeastern corner of McKinley County, New Mexico. There, residents’ only access to water is through an old water tower, and the nearest Walmart and other modern conveniences are almost two hours away. It is also here that Tse’ Yi’ Gai (pronounced “Say Guy”) High School opened in September of 2004.

Our sponsors can now continue helping children in this region all the way through high school, until they graduate, and establish longer, even more meaningful relationships with them.

The school, accessible only by dirt road, is part of the Gallup-McKinley County Schools system in the Navajo Nation . The Nation comprises more than 27,000 square miles of spectacular but inhospitable countryside, extending into both Utah and Arizona. Despite its massive scale and rich cultural history, residents of the Nation face a great deal of poverty. There is virtually no employment; most families must sustain themselves through one of the region’s two primary industries: ranching or sheep-herding. Thankfully, students have the Tse’ Yi’ Gai High School to provide them with a quality education – the key to breaking the cycle of poverty so that they may rise above the difficult economic circumstances from which they come.

Sparking Lindsay’s desire to go to college

Children Incorporated used to lose children enrolled in our program in this region after middle school, because we didn’t have affiliations with high schools there.When these children graduated from middle school, they would move on to high schools that were not affiliated with us, and we were unable to continue to provide them with sponsorship support. For that reason, the partnership with Tse’ Yi’ Gai High School is so valuable – our sponsors can now continue helping children in this region all the way through high school, until they graduate, and establish longer, even more meaningful relationships with them.

The Tse’ Yi’ Gai High School is located in a very remote area of New Mexico.

While visiting Tse’ Yi’ Gai High School, our Director of U.S. Programs, Renée Kube , was unfortunately unable to meet with our sponsored and unsponsored kids, because they were in the middle of testing; but thanks to our Volunteer Coordinator Paula, Renée was able to meet with Barbara, an older sister of one of our sponsored kids, Lindsay*. Barbara is employed as a teacher’s aide at the school. In 2016, Children Incorporated sent a Hope In Action Fund gift to help Lindsay so that she could attend the National Tribal Public Health Summit in Atlanta, Georgia. She had been chosen as one of the Navajo Tribe’s youth representatives. Barbara was so glad to express the family’s appreciation to Renée face-to-face, saying what an unforgettable experience it had been for Lindsay.

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is a shell script that is invoked during mkosi's build logic. All it does is invoke make and make install to build and install our little daemon, and afterwards it extends the distribution-supplied /etc/os-release file with an additional field that describes our portable service a bit.

Let's now use this to build the portable service image. For that we use the mkosi tool. It's sufficient to invoke it without parameter to build the first image: it will automatically discover mkosi.default and mkosi.build which tells it what to do. (Note that if you work on a project like this for a longer time, mkosi -if is probably the better command to use, as it that speeds up building substantially by using an incremental build mode). mkosi will download the necessary RPMs, and put them all together. It will build our little daemon inside the image and after all that's done it will output the resulting image: walkthroughd_1.raw .

Because we opted to build a GPT raw disk image in mkosi.default this file is actually a raw disk image containing a GPT partition table. You can use fdisk -l walkthroughd_1.raw to enumerate the partition table. You can also use systemd-nspawn -i walkthroughd_1.raw to explore the image quickly if you need.

Now that we have a portable service image, let's see how we can attach, enable and start the service included within it.

First, let's attach the image:

The command will show you exactly what is has been doing: it just copied the main service file out, and added the two drop-ins, as expected.

Let's see if the unit is now available on the host, just like a regular unit, as promised:

Nice, it worked. We see that the unit file is available and that systemd correctly discovered the two drop-ins. The unit is neither enabled nor started however. Yes, attaching a portable service image doesn't imply enabling nor starting. It just means the unit files contained in the image are made available to the host. It's up to the administrator to then enable them (so that they are automatically started when needed, for example at boot), and/or start them (in case they shall run right-away).

Let's now enable and start the service in one step:

Let's check if it's running:

Perfect! We can see that the service is now enabled and running. The daemon is running as PID 45003.

Now that we verified that all is good, let's stop, disable and detach the service again:

And finally, let's see that it's really gone:

Perfect! It worked!

I hope the above gets you started with Portable Services. If you have further questions, please contact AARZ LONDON Womens Ladies Evening Wedding Party Prom Casual Medium Wedge Heel Sandals Shoes Size Black NZ5g6Hij9
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A more low-level document explaining details is shipped along with systemd .

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