Re: Change systemd to not be default in Stretch
On 22/06/15 18:26, Zebediah C. McClure wrote:
What is the correct way to work towards not having systemd be installed by
default in stretch?
That depends on your goal.
If your goal is to have a dpkg-based Linux distribution which leverages
the good work done in Debian and does not use systemd as the init
daemon, you might do well to consider contributing to the Devuan project
whichever of money, labour, or cheerleading is most mutually congenial.
If your goal is for something other than systemd to be the default "init
system" of Debian stretch, then *well* before stretch enters freeze, you
need to have contributed to Debian a system initialization and service
management system that over 50% of active Debian Developers think is an
adequate *replacement* for systemd.