A simple systemd service autoinstall script

I use this in git repositories to ease the deployment process

#!/bin/bash
# This script installs and enables/starts a systemd service
# It also installs the service file
export NAME=MyService

cat >/etc/systemd/system/${NAME}.service <<EOF
# TODO Copy & paste the systemd .service file here
EOF

# Enable and start service
systemctl enable --now ${NAME}.service

The following example automatically installs a docker-compose systemd .service:

#!/bin/bash
# This script installs and enables/starts a systemd service
# It also installs the service file
export NAME=UkraineBase

cat >/etc/systemd/system/${NAME}.service <<EOF
[Unit]
Description=${NAME}
Requires=docker.service
After=docker.service

[Service]
Restart=always
User=root
Group=docker
WorkingDirectory=$(pwd)
# Shutdown container (if running) before unit is being started
ExecStartPre=$(which docker-compose) -f docker-compose.yml down
# Start container when unit is started
ExecStart=$(which docker-compose) -f docker-compose.yml up
# Stop container when unit is stopped
ExecStop=$(which docker-compose) -f docker-compose.yml down

[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target
EOF

# Enable and start service
systemctl enable --now ${NAME}.service