On Fri, Nov 28, 2014 at 02:41:23PM +0100, Marco d'Itri wrote:
On Nov 28, Svante Signell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:a) Upgrades should _not_ change init: whatever is installed should be kept.I disagree: upgrades should get the default init system unless the system administrator chooses otherwise.
Of course not. syslog-ng was not replaced by rsyslog when Debian changed the default syslog. The grub1 bootloader was not replaced when Debian changed to grub2. If Debian changed from exim to postfix the existing MTA would not be changed.
So keep your hands of the init system on upgrades.
b) New installs should get systemd-sysv as default init with a debconf message about alternative init systems.It would be totally unacceptable to waste the time of every Debian user with pointless advertisement.
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