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Re: How Not to Install systemd to Begin With.

On Du, 14 dec 14, 15:49:57, Patrick Bartek wrote:
> After the lively debate here that "replacing" systemd after it's installed
> is not the same as not installing it in the first place:  Here's the
> solution, more or less.  Although, it seems, one will never be truly
> free from parts of systemd in Testing-Jessie.
> http://without-systemd.org/wiki/index.php/How_to_remove_systemd_from_the_Netinst_CD
> I haven't tested this myself.  So, no guarantees.

Feels wrong to me. First, it simply removes the systemd package (but not 
the systemd-sysv package), not sure if debootstrap will handle this 
gracefully and simply choose to install sysvinit-core instead. Second, 
if one is going through the trouble of remastering the install CD one 
might as well patch debootstrap and add a preseed file.

Kind regards,
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