Am 08.07.2014 20:07, schrieb Chris Bannister: > apt-cache policy systemd-sysv > systemd-sysv: > Installed: 204-8 > Candidate: 204-8 > [...] > > and yet: > > # grep sleep /etc/init.d/* | wc -l > 28 > > # ls /etc/init.d/* | wc -l > 58 > > And yet it still boots fast. Oh, that is just a misunderstanding. The existence of the sysv init script doesn't necessarily mean they are actually used. Debian policy currently still requires that packages ship a SysV init script even if the package has a native systemd .service file which will be used by systemd. Fortunately, systemd prefers native service files. So if you have a /etc/init.d/foo SysV init script and a /lib/systemd/system/foo.service unit, systemd will use the latter. Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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