Re: On init in *Debian*
It' said that the 2 main advantage of systemd are parallel and
much simpler configuration file.
Is it possible to implement an init system for kFreeBSD and Hurd,
which init system support the configuration file format, while doesn't
Then for maintainer of packages with service, she/he can maintain only
one configuration file, and it works on both kFreeBSD/Hurd and Linux.
On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 10:54 PM, Josselin Mouette <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Le mercredi 21 mars 2012 à 13:39 +0000, Ian Jackson a écrit :
>> Marco d'Itri writes ("Re: On init in *Debian*"):
>> > On Mar 21, Thomas Hood <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > > The proposal to drop support for kernels other than Linux has already
>> > > been adequately aired. For the sake of focus I'd like to make the
>> > > assumption in this thread that support for alternative kernels and
>> > > architectures will not be dropped on account of the choice of init
>> > > system alternative.
>> > I do not believe this to be a reasonable assumption.
>> Yes, we know, but as Thomas says, that view has already been
>> adequately aired. You don't need to post every time to contradict
> Just because a few vocal people disagree with it, doesn’t mean there is
> consensus against it.
> Anyway, the point of these discussions is not to hang kFreeBSD
> developers or to throw stones at Hurd. The point is to choose a good
> init system for Linux. And if other kernels can’t deal with it, so be
> .''`. Josselin Mouette
> : :' :
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