Re: Debian fork: 'Devuan', Debian without Systemd
I'm also using `systemd`, I'm working to use Enlightenment with
Wayland (to kick Xorg off) and, it depends on `systemd`.
I just don't think that it is wise to put all of our eggs into the same basket.
This `systemd` being pushed everywhere looks like a huge monoculture,
which is very, very dangerous.
Also, ALL my production servers, that are public (Internet faced),
uses the GRSecurity Linux Patch, and `systemd` doesn't work with it.
So, right now, `systemd` only makes sense at Desktops. And I mean it.
So, my job/company depends on `sysvinit-core` / `upstart` and there is
no plans to use `systemd` at our servers (and I'm talking about
hundreds of Linux instances, physical servers and virtual machines).
On 3 December 2014 at 18:50, maderios <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 12/03/2014 08:37 PM, Martinx - ジェームズ wrote:
>> Jessie isn't Debian.
>> Devuan IS (will be) what we know about Debian! Waiting to see Joel
>> joining Devuan... lol
> I've no problem with systemd (Sid), it works fine). I dont understand why
> some people complain about systemd.
> Devuan is not Mint or Ubuntu, I think it has no future and everyone will
> forget that systemd is new...
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