McRae: Are We Removing What Defines Arch Linux?
[Distributions] Posted Aug 14, 2012 14:11 UTC (Tue) by corbet
Allan McRae defends
recent and planned changes to the Arch Linux distribution. "The module control is more complex. Right…
because 'rc.d start foo' is much simpler than systemctl start foo'. I
think the real criticism people are trying to express is that the rc.d way
of doing things is more traditional Arch. But have you looked at the
quality of scripts in /etc/rc.d? It is generally poor. Moving to systemd
unit files instead will be an advantage as they are much more simple to
write and can be pushed to the upstream packages."
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