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Re: Bug#762194: Initial draft of affirming transition to systemd as default for #762194

Don Armstrong <don@debian.org> writes:
> On Wed, 10 Dec 2014, Nikolaus Rath wrote:
>> Don Armstrong <don@debian.org> writes:
>> > 4. The CTTE appreciates the effort of Debian contributors to mitigate
>> >    any issues with the transition by:
>> >
>> >    a) Providing a fallback boot entry for sysvinit when systemd is the
>> >    default init in grub (#757298)
>> >
>> >    b) Developing a mechanism to warn on non-standard inittab
>> >    configurations which are unsupported in systemd.
>> Does this deliberately say just inittab instead of something like
>> "non-compatible configurations"?
> Yes.
>> I believe (and hope) that similar mechanism are planned in particular
>> for fstab and crypttab.
> It would be awesome if they are; I'd like to point to specific bugs for
> these if you're aware of them. [My motivation here is to try to get
> people who have these kinds of setups to participate in those bugs.]

Not sure if I understand you correctly, because they're easy enough to
find. But anyway, here are some examples:



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