Re: [Lennart Poettering] Re: A few observations about systemd
]] Juliusz Chroboczek
| > It's not like boot speed would be the only reason to avoid shell.
| I don't think that avoiding shell implies that all the distribution-
| specific initialisation code must be hard-wired in pid 1. I'd be more
| sympathetic to the idea of recoding everything in C if the initiali-
| sation code lived in separate binaries.
: tfheen@qurzaw /lib/systemd > ls
system/ systemd-fsck* systemd-quotacheck* systemd-shutdown* systemd-vconsole-setup*
systemd-ac-power* systemd-hostnamed* systemd-random-seed* systemd-shutdownd* system-generators/
systemd-binfmt* systemd-initctl* systemd-readahead-collect* systemd-sysctl* system-shutdown/
systemd-cgroups-agent* systemd-kmsg-syslogd* systemd-readahead-replay* systemd-timestamp*
systemd-cryptsetup* systemd-logger* systemd-remount-api-vfs* systemd-update-utmp*
systemd-detect-virt* systemd-modules-load* systemd-reply-password* systemd-user-sessions*
Really, it's not that hard coded.
Tollef Fog Heen
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are