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You've probably heard of all these systemd rants, which are
especially rough in Debian community.
There is a Debian fork, named Devuan (devuan.org) which is
currently in alpha stage, but is fairly usable (I have it on my desktop for daily usage), that promotes init freedom and
ships with sysvinit by default.
We are having a thread discussing Unix distributions
that have made their decision not to go with systemd
(all threads available at lists.dyne.org). Since systemd
is made for Linux-only (and glibc also I believe), do
you have any opinions on it, regarding NetBSD future
and at all?
As far as I understand NetBSD is made
to follow Unix philosophy of keeping things simple and
minimal, which probably excludes software like systemd.
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