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This shouldn't be necessary:


A systemd service unit needs a corresponding .service file, so simply name the file epcore.service, put it into /etc/systemd/system and run systemctl {enable,start,stop,...} epcore.service to manage it.

To reproduce your problem you needn't restart your machine, just use systemctl restart epcore.service and subsequently journalctl _SYSTEMD_UNIT=epcore.service to find the related log entries.