On Sun, 2014-01-12 at 22:30 +0100, Émeric MASCHINO wrote: > 2014/1/12 Ben Hutchings <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > > > > You can have sysvinit and systemd installed in parallel and then use the > > 'init' kernel parameter to switch between them. Only systemd-sysv > > conflicts/replaces sysvinit. > > So, I've reinstalled sysvinit and sysvinit-core that purged > systemd-sysv. I can't however remove systemd itself as it's required > by numerous GNOME packages. > I've rebooted my system and even reinstalled your -O1 kernel in order > to be sure that initrd is regenerated. > Still the same however! How is it that systemd-udevd still shows up? Sorry, I'm being silly. udev is built as part of systemd now, so this is independent of whether you use systemd as init. And systemd doesn't currently run as init in the initramfs. Ben. -- Ben Hutchings Quantity is no substitute for quality, but it's the only one we've got.
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