On Fri 25 Apr 2014 at 21:58:30 +0200, Rob van der Putten wrote:
> >Please, no! If you've read all of the posts to #727708
> > https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=727708
> >carefully you'll find there is probably nothing original to say.
> >We know the default init system for Jessie will be systemd. If memebers
> >of this list are concerned about new users (who will just want the
> >system to boot correctly) it is the only thing of importance.
> That thing is huge. There enough text in there to fill a book.
It shows the extent of the importance and deliberation the Technical
Committee gave to the issue.
> How do I change the boot order? Is there a howto on that?
> Right now I just do 'some_program &' and it's like a daemon. I can
> do that with sysvinit and insserv. How about systemd?
> Do I need to recompile daemon to run with systemd?
> I read that systemd runs cronjobs at midnight. Can I change that?
These questions would be better submitted as separate posts so they do
not become swallowed by an unrelated thread.