After upgrading you will still need to enable and start the tgwireguard service the first time, unless you also duplicate the link in /etc/rc.d.
The file in rc.d is a symbolic link to an actual file in init.d. At boot time, rc.d is scanned and all the services linked will be started-- in order established by the number starting the link name.
Disabling a service from starting at boot consists of removing its link from rc.d. No other files are changed.
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