Re: Bug#727708: Fsck SystemD and its developers and its users. GR to override this please.
On 02/11/2014 09:02 AM, Thomas Goirand wrote:
> The situation with upstart or systemd, if not chosen as default, will be
> quite different, since not all packages are supporting them directly
> right now. One of these 2 will suffer from the choice of default init
What? That's not true. As people have explained here before - even
directly to you - both Upstart and systemd have perfect backwards
compatibility with sysvinit scripts.
And at least for systemd, you can simply install the package and
start using it with "init=/bin/systemd" from the next reboot on. No
further changes are necessary and everything works right
out-of-the-box. And if you want to go back to sysvinit, just
remove the init line from the kernel command line and uninstall
the systemd package.
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