[arch-general] My end-user $0.02 on /etc/rc.conf splitting.

Ike Devolder ike.devolder at gmail.com
Tue Jul 24 10:43:48 EDT 2012

Op dinsdag 24 juli 2012 10:29:25 schreef Calvin Morrison:
> > Personally, I get exasperated when people don't take the time to
> > educate themselves before making broad and incorrect assertions. There
> > is a huge amount of documentation, discussion and other sources of
> > information about systemd available online. Moreover, there is the
> > source-code, and even the packages in Arch one can try out. There
> > really is no excuse.
> Well for me I do not have the time to go about learning the latest and
> greatest init system, desktop environment, whatever. I still use KDE3,
> I use old school init systems... why? because I use my system to do
> work not to tinker. I need it to "just work" and continue working in
> the same way it has. I don't want to become educated on the latest
> coolest thing, I just want something that will work and work well. I
> do not have time to pour through documentation of systemd just to
> figure out how to work it.  When change is just for change I do not
> like it.
> Calvin

my 2cents on your usecase:
Arch Linux is always the newest and latest and ...
so maybe your use-case does not fit this distributions profile

if you really want everything to stay the same forever there are distributions 
out there which fit your needs exactly, but in my idea Arch is not it.

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