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Re: I'm not a huge fan of systemd

Le 11.07.2014 12:47, Mark Carroll a écrit :
berenger.morel@neutralite.org writes:

Le 10.07.2014 19:42, Steve Litt a écrit :
The plot thickens. How did you exit the terminal? Did you File->Close
or type exit at the command prompt, or did you use a window manager
"close window" command (usually Alt+F4)? It makes a difference.

Yes, now I understand that it's different. I used my window manager
shortcut to close windows. With the exit command, it does not close, as people here said, but this is something I would not had imagined. That kind of threads remind me that I'm a real newbie in the linux world, I
like this!

No problem, I am interested to learn how others do it! (-: My main
concern thus remains: does this change with systemd, can I still leave
background processes running after logging out from the originating
login shell with exit / ^D ?

-- Mark

Sorry, I can not really help on that point: all I know about systemd are what I have read both around trolls and on official project's page (because at start I thought I was a great idea. I have changed my mind since...)

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