Re: Proposal: switch default desktop to xfce
Thorsten Glaser <tg <at> mirbsd.de> writes:
> • Your primary use case appears to be “the desktop”, whereas Debian, as
> opposed to some of its downstreams and Pure Blends, is a Universal OS,
> which means it’s got much more servers in use, which don’t benefit from
> systemd either at all or at least not that much.
I humbly disagree. I'm mainly interested in the perspectives of systemd on
For instance: I have in the past had downtime on servers I maintain because
Debian out of the box doesn't babysit processes. Apache or MySQL hit by a
random once-in-a-year irreproducible crash? Boom.
The day of better systemd integration in Debian, where I can uninstall
monit, or at least relegate it to application level testing (does this page
return 200 OK), I'm a happy camper.
If you take a look at the systemd feature set, much of it is aimed towards
servers, not desktops.