Re: A few observations about systemd
* Thibaut Paumard <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2011-08-04 07:43]:
> I don't agree. When I install Debian on a laptop or workstation, I only
> want what I need, and most of the time I don't want a SSH or FTP server.
> But the day I need it, I install it and I want to use it right away to
> connect to my personal account. I don't want to spend minutes or worse
> understanding how to start it reliably and safely.
Isn't that a case where you want to have the daemon running like now but
don't bother if it is started upon boot time?
Especially in such a case it seems the best option to not start the
daemon at all, don't bother with setting up boot-time startup
configuration but have the local admin start it by hand.