Re: administration of initscripts
On Tue, Apr 16, 2013 at 09:06:31PM +0100, Kevin Chadwick wrote:
> Yes and do you know it was designed to do just what it does for a good
> reason in 32 kb of code. Hello world is 8kb
Not relevant to choosing an init system.
> I am saying it is easy for anyone to follow edit and lookup a man page
> and even the c code of grep
Ah, I misunderstood you, I thought you meant init scripts were easy to
debug using grep.
> What systemd offers is actually very little when you consider most of
> it simply utilises what Unix already offers and it does take away and
> divides not unites communities such as deep embedded from well very few
> distros and a tiny minority of the roll your own mobile world.
Sorry I couldn't understand this bit.
> Are you trying to say I haven't ran systemd?
No, if I meant that I would say that directly.