[arch-general] Systemd +1
bjo at nord-west.org
Thu Jul 26 12:58:06 EDT 2012
Am Mittwoch, den 25.07.2012, 20:42 +0100 schrieb Leonidas Spyropoulos:
> Maybe it's just my idea but I think the system is somewhat faster on
> the booting now.
> Just my opinion but as I see initscripts are abandoned and Archlinux
> is a bleeding edge distro, it's natural solution to adopt systemd.
> +1 from me :)
> Disclaimer: this was done on a laptop a very recent installation,
> maybe on other more complicated installations it's harder.
I've "converted" two Arch installations from initscripts to systemd.
After some fiddling about my nfs-mounts systemd works fine, and I didn't
get any problem with it so far.
I hardly understand people who only read about systemd and complain all
the time. Is it just the fear of new things? Maybe systemd will make
things easier for arch-newbies, because they have not to care about the
order of the DAEMONS in rc.conf (networkmanager after dbus etc.). And I
hardly believe that people are using Arch only because of "simplicity"
of one single config file.
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