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Re: free choice in installer?

Quoting Cyril Brulebois (2014-11-10 15:57:06)
> Jonas Smedegaard <dr@jones.dk> (2014-11-10):
>> If we had the *option* of init system choice at install time (even if 
>> completely hidden from default UI only activated by a commandline 
>> option), I believe that would radically limit complaints.
> We already have, Simon mentioned one way to do it.

Right, I can non-declaratively do whatever - including instruct 
debian-installer to install one init system _and_ another one replacing 

> You can also chroot into /target at any moment and do whatever you 
> like even before the first boot of the installed system.

Right, I can do whatever whenever.

> We have important bugs to fix, and feature requests to implement. This 
> whole “init free choice” delirium is definitely not one of them.

Right, I forgot: Debian is not the universal operating system.  Bugs 
about choice are not important to fix.

 - Jonas

Clearly delirious.

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