Re: why do we use systemd?
On 05/07/14 07:05 AM, Lisi Reisz wrote:
Agreed. Nothing is perfect but systemd is much better than the status
quo. No need for repetitive scripts, just simple text configuration
(nothing like the Windows registry), parallel execution and explicit
dependencies - no need to figure out where in the init chain your
particular script belongs.
On Saturday 05 July 2014 11:38:08 Balint wrote:
I don't know, I've just wanted to notify people this approach is not the
No, you didn't. People have been notified and notified and notified. You
just wanted to start another flame war. If you really want information, look
up all the many old threads on the subject. But drop it already.