so you've got a process that you want to keep running. you might have it in a tmux or screen session. let's use systemd user units to manage it!
ensure that your user unit loadpath is set up:
mkdir -p ~/.config/systemd/user/
create a basic service. save something like this in
~/.config/systemd/user/my-new-service.service (adjusting where necessary)
[Service] ExecStart=/bin/bash -c "while true do; echo hi; done"
1. enable it ```bash systemctl --user enable --now my-new-service.service
this allows your user units to run even when you're not logged in.
you can now use
systemctl --user to manage your daemonized process.
alias sysu='systemctl --user' to your shell's configuration
for a handy shortcut (or any other alias as you choose)