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Which init system for Debian?

Which init system for Debian?

Posted Nov 21, 2013 9:51 UTC (Thu) by khim (subscriber, #9252)
In reply to: Which init system for Debian? by raven667
Parent article: Which init system for Debian?

Systemd internals are already quite modular and there are many small functions which can be used as points where you may add portbility glue. It's different kind of decision: it's not that Linux offers easier programming model, it's the fact that Linux offers fixed programming model. You don't need to debate how certain function functionality like crypttab or ConditionPathIsMountPoint should be implemnted under different OSes or, more importantly, even if it can be implemented under different OSes! If something is seriously lacking in Linux kernel then it can be added to Linux kernel, after all…


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Which init system for Debian?

Posted Nov 21, 2013 13:06 UTC (Thu) by hummassa (subscriber, #307) [Link]

are you arguing that Debian kFreeBSD/HURD/etc should just implement the needed linuxisms (cgroups,etc) in kFreeBSD/HURD/etc? 'cause it actually looks like a nice idea, if anyone should be up to it...


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