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Re: Transition plan for changing the default init system

On Wed, 2014-07-16 at 23:22 +0200, Tollef Fog Heen wrote:
> New installations
> =================
> The new "init" package will ensure that systemd-sysv is installed as
> default init on Linux and by demoting the priority of sysvinit and
> sysvinit-core to optional those packages will not be installed anymore.

Since sysvinit-core will conflict with a package of priority standard (I
assume that's what systemd-sysv will be upgraded to), its priority
should be extra on Linux.  (Also, it should actually have a Conflicts
header.)  But I don't know whether dak allows priority to vary


Ben Hutchings
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