[arch-general] systemd - move to base group and expect it to be installed?
eschwartz at archlinux.org
Wed Sep 20 02:42:40 UTC 2017
On 09/19/2017 09:36 PM, Marc Boocha via arch-general wrote:
> I am unable to send to arch-dev-public for some reason so i am send my
> reply to arch general.
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> I think the filesystem can be split, the sysuser/tempfile will be in the
> independent package.
I don't think the answer is to split the packages we do have into more
The filesystem package is fine the way it is. Splitting
sysusers/tmpfiles into an independent package only makes sense insomuch
as splitting the files and users they create would have made sense prior
to moving these to /usr/share/factory/ etc. -- why all of a sudden now
do you think they should be split out? And what practical benefit do you
think this has?
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