Re: Change systemd to not be default in Stretch
On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 08:31:55PM CEST, Martin Read <email@example.com> said:
> 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.
I have a stretch with only parts of systemd and settings that I do not
know how to replicate in systemd: How do I do ?
Where so I find docs and tutorials to migrate ? Where can I discuss
the problems (no here is not the place).
WHEN WILL THOSE SIMPLE QUESTION FOR A NEW SOFTWARE GET AN ANSWER ?