Re: Gentoo guys starting a fork of udev
]] Roger Leigh
> So if the init process receives a signal like a SIGSEGV due to
> tripping over a bad pointer, your system will die immediately.
No, it does not. With init, you can catch it and continue. In the case
of systemd, it dumps core (if possible) and then freezes itself so it
stops doing anything such as reaping zombies and you need to reboot
quite quickly, but the system continues to mostly work.
Tollef Fog Heen
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are