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Here We Go Again, Another Linux Init: Intro to systemd
In the days of yore we had a System V (SysV) type init daemon to manage Linux system startup, and it was good. It was configured with simple text files easily understood by mortals, and it was a friendly constant amid the roiling seas of change. Then came systemd, and once again we Linux users were cast adrift in uncharted waters. Why all this change? Can't Linux hold still for just a minute?
|Ummmm... link, please?
||Dec 13, 2011 9:50 PM
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