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    Default Re: Why systemd?

    On 2014-06-13 21:56, ballsystemlord wrote:
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    > I've been reading about how linux works and all the docs speak of init
    > as a shell script. And I've noticed, by a little listening that everyone
    > is switching to systemd as the init program and I wanted to know why?


    No.

    openSUSE switched, several releases ago, to systemd. If you are using
    openSUSE, you have no choice in the matter: we all use systemd and there
    is no alternative (or yes: roll your own distro, or switch to a
    different distro).

    There have been tons of discussions about this in the openSUSE mail
    lists and forums, over several years.


    I don't see this as a an application question, perhaps the thread should
    be moved to chit-chat.


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    Default Re: Why systemd?

    Quote Originally Posted by robin_listas View Post
    On 2014-06-13 21:56, ballsystemlord wrote:
    >
    > I've been reading about how linux works and all the docs speak of init
    > as a shell script. And I've noticed, by a little listening that everyone
    > is switching to systemd as the init program and I wanted to know why?


    No.

    openSUSE switched, several releases ago, to systemd. If you are using
    openSUSE, you have no choice in the matter: we all use systemd and there
    is no alternative (or yes: roll your own distro, or switch to a
    different distro).

    There have been tons of discussions about this in the openSUSE mail
    lists and forums, over several years.


    I don't see this as a an application question, perhaps the thread should
    be moved to chit-chat.


    --
    Cheers / Saludos,

    Carlos E. R.
    (from 13.1 x86_64 "Bottle" at Telcontar)
    It has been.

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