systemctl enable and start service

Most of the times when I want to enable the service, I find myself enabling it immediately or it is vice versa. So, the commands I used to use were:

systemctl enable sshd.service
systemctl start sshd.service

But recently I learned that I do not need the 2 commands and this can be done in single command like below

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systemctl enable --now sshd.service

recoll – Desktop search tool

Name         : recoll
Version      : 1.23.7
Release      : 2.fc28
Arch         : x86_64
Size         : 2.1 M
Source       : recoll-1.23.7-2.fc28.src.rpm
Repo         : fedora
Summary      : Desktop full text search tool with Qt GUI
URL          : http://www.lesbonscomptes.com/recoll/
License      : GPLv2+
Description  : Recoll is a personal full text search package for Linux, FreeBSD and
             : other Unix systems. It is based on a very strong back end (Xapian), for
             : which it provides an easy to use, feature-rich, easy administration
             : interface.

sigil – ebook editor

sigil is WYSIWYG ebook editor, here are more details.

 

Name         : sigil
Version      : 0.9.9
Release      : 2.fc28
Arch         : x86_64
Size         : 3.6 M
Source       : sigil-0.9.9-2.fc28.src.rpm
Repo         : fedora
Summary      : WYSIWYG ebook editor
URL          : https://sigil-ebook.com/
License      : GPLv3+
Description  : Sigil is a multi-platform WYSIWYG ebook editor. It is designed to edit books
             : in ePub format.
             : 
             : Now what does it have to offer...
             : 
             :     * Full Unicode support: everything you see in Sigil is in UTF-16
             :     * Full EPUB spec support
             :     * WYSIWYG editing
             :     * Multiple Views: Book View, Code View and Split View
             :     * Metadata editor with full support for all possible metadata entries with
             :       full descriptions for each
             :     * Table Of Contents editor
             :     * Multi-level TOC support
             :     * Book View fully supports the display of any XHTML document possible under
             :       the OPS spec
             :     * SVG support
             :     * Basic XPGT support
             :     * Advanced automatic conversion of all imported documents to Unicode
             :     * Currently imports TXT, HTML and EPUB files; more will be added with time
             :     * Embedded HTML Tidy; all imported documents are thoroughly cleaned;
             :       changing views cleans the document so no matter how much you screw up
             :       your code, it will fix it (usually)