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Re: Bug#727708: Fsck SystemD and its developers and its users. GR to override this please.


> > If you want to use sysvinit, don't use Debian.
>   Why? I want to use debian as i used before - with a classic init. I like
> debian in the form as it is now. You doesn't like it. May be _you_ should
> use an another system, that meet your wishes?
Since Jessie (at least) will still support sys5-rc, you both get what you
want, within Debian.  So what's the problem? Somebody will be "forced" to
manually install the init system of their choice? How sad(TM).

Snarkiness aside, IMHO it makes much more sense to have the most-featureful
init system be the default, because then those features actually get used
and tested -- and thus the situation will be more reliable than if only
those users/sysadmins switch to systemd who actually _are_ desperate for
its features (as opposed to, say, those who are skeptics but find that they
won't want to miss those selfsame features once they get used to them …).

-- Matthias Urlichs

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