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Posted Jun 26, 2013 13:04 UTC (Wed) by hummassa (subscriber, #307)
In reply to: Evil by mathstuf
Parent article: Changes coming for systemd and control groups

Debian is not only Linux.

There are Debians with FreeBSD and NetBSD kernels, Solaris, and even Hurd. Systemd is (as it should be) available as an OPTION for Debian, but it should not be the default until it works at least as well as sysvinit in the other platforms.


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Evil

Posted Jun 26, 2013 13:10 UTC (Wed) by micka (subscriber, #38720) [Link]

Is the default init system necessarily the same on all kernels ? I'm sure there are far more differences.

And if those other kernels are a technical obstacle to some progress, maybe the alternate kernel subproject should be asked to fix the problem themselves ?


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