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Re: On init in Debian

Russ Allbery, le Thu 29 Mar 2012 23:41:40 -0700, a écrit :
> systemd's goal wasn't to become a standard that supported things
> people were already doing.

There must be a misunderstanding somewhere, then, and that needs further
explanation: the feature comparison page produced by Lenhart says
exactly the converse, i.e. that systemd supports a lot of things that
people were already doing (console configuration, socket listening,

> The maintenance of systemd is actually quite the opposite of a standard.

That sentence is quite frightening.

> It's focused on being clean, supportable, and fully integrated with Linux
> capabilities, *not* to solving everyone's use case, even to the detriment
> of being universal.

So that directly conflicts with making it a default init implementation.

I have to say I'm now quite a bit lost as to what systemd is supposed to


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