Debian rooting for Slackware's stance

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ChuangTzu
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Debian rooting for Slackware's stance

Post by ChuangTzu » 16. Dec 2015, 00:48

Well i discovered a nice thread on the Debian Forum "Slackware rejects SystemD", where they are rooting for Slackware and cheering the decision to use eudev and not systemd. http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=126148

You will also notice some "love" for SalixOS. :) Ok, I may have nudged the conversation a little. ;)

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Re: Debian rooting for Slackware's stance

Post by gapan » 17. Dec 2015, 11:55

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Re: Debian rooting for Slackware's stance

Post by sqlpython » 2. Jan 2016, 06:25

Good News!!
As a 20+ yr Linux User I can not see a pressing need for systemD.
However I do use it when the install uses systemD. I Use Debian, Slackware, Gentoo & Arch Linuxes myself.
Debian ( Stretch 9, Sid ) Salix OpenBox 14.1, Gentoo, Calculate

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