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Upstart 1.0 released
Posted Mar 4, 2011 7:30 UTC (Fri) by rahulsundaram (subscriber, #21946)
"The project has been evaluating systemd vs SysV init to manage system and service startup, and has decided to stay with SysV init for 11.4 due to issues in getting the last 10% of the integration perfect. "
Word on IRC is that the next version of openSUSE after 11.4 will have it by default. Debian, I can't find any good references (other than the integration in experimental branch). Ask in #systemd for plans.
Posted Mar 6, 2011 1:45 UTC (Sun) by Lennie (subscriber, #49641)
What I wonder about is, if systemd uses so many Linux-specific API. I would expect Debian GNU/kFreeBSD to not use systemd but stay the way it currently is ?
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