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Re: I'm not a huge fan of systemd

On Tue, 08 Jul 2014 13:12:26 +0200
berenger.morel@neutralite.org wrote:

> Le 08.07.2014 00:46, Andrei POPESCU a écrit :
> > On Lu, 07 iul 14, 23:41:59, Miroslav Hrabal wrote:

> > If you find a way to solve this by using only traditional Unix
> > groups I'm sure a lot of people would like to know how.
> I can't, but I want to ask some questions about that problem you 
> describe.
> Are remote desktop the majority of linux uses?
> Do you really need remote capabilities when you use your own computer?
> What is the need of remote desktops on servers which are not
> dedicated?
> In short, is it smart to give a dependency to everyone for something 
> which seems really addressing a problem for a minority? Especially
> when it makes that much noise?
> Indeed, it's nice to have a software able to solve those issues. But, 
> why not only making it a opt-in, instead of opt-out?
> Because of the major DEs? Seriously, I think they are wrong since the 
> day I definitely switched on linux, from windows, because windows'DE 
> tries to do too much, and so takes a lot more resources that it
> really should. But...
> I am not trying to impose my opinion and my uses to everyone (ok, to
> be honest, when I can convince someone to use i3, I try hehe. But I
> will never ask for the removal of gnome as the default Debian's DE.).

For what it's worth, Berenger.morel, I agree with you.


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