[arch-general] mpd, ncmpcpp
gsnijders at gmail.com
Tue Jul 10 11:09:30 EDT 2012
2012/7/10 Jameson <imntreal at gmail.com>:
> On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 10:42 AM, Kwpolska <kwpolska at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Isn’t that contrary to your plan? You want to use easier, lighter and
>> more KISS software. And you want to switch to systemd. Which is
>> anywhere near KISS.
> I probably shouldn't even go here, but IMHO, having one program start
> and stop stuff based on config files is more simple than a chain of
> shell scripts.
When i was running Debian, i'd agree with you. In that distro you
enabled/disabled daemons with symlinks in the correct locations.
Arch uses /etc/rc.conf where you add or remove items from a single array.
Ok, to be honest; i haven't looked very deep into systemd, but so far
i don't really like it for my systems.
As for the learning part: good for you! Learning vi (basics) will be
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