Re: On init in *Debian*
On Mon, Apr 02, 2012 at 02:18:17PM +0200, Carlos Alberto Lopez Perez wrote:
> On 21/03/12 16:52, YunQiang Su wrote:
> > It' said that the 2 main advantage of systemd are parallel and
> > much simpler configuration file.
> And the third advantage of it, is that upstream people is starting to ship systemd unit files.
> > Is it possible to implement an init system for kFreeBSD and Hurd,
> > which init system support the configuration file format, while doesn't
> > support parallel.
> > Then for maintainer of packages with service, she/he can maintain only
> > one configuration file, and it works on both kFreeBSD/Hurd and Linux.
> I believe that a better solution is the GSoC project proposed by Tollef
> We can add a hook on dpkg to automatically convert systemd unit files to old-good sysvinit scripts when systemd is not installed on the system.
It'd be safer to always run it, since the user might choose to
uninstall systemd, or temporarily disable it, or... Well, you get the
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