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Re: [opensuse] Getting rid of systemd and putting sysv back
Eliezer Croitoru wrote:
On 09/28/2014 05:17 PM, lynn wrote:
Please read the thread. There have been specific references made to
issues. At least one has a year standing unresolved bug report.
Reference me...
I was reading the whole thread until some depth but didn't noticed a specific
bug or any specific case which it affects.
The only one I have seen is having different /usr mount which is a violation of
FHS if I'm not wrong.

This is indeed an issue which was talked about since long ago and indeed this
is something the systemd forces on the

It's not really a bug but a violation of a specific standard which many do not
care about for some reason.


This is the other problem with SystemD proponents.

If a problem isn't mentioned explicitly in the preceding message, you act
like it was NEVER, EVER, EVER mentioned... EVER.

There was a certain German politician, who wrote a book, and noted how he
would have ... discussions... with leftists, defeat their arguments, and
the very next day, the next time they would talk, the leftists would act
as if the arguments -- which has just been defeated the previous day --
were still sound and valid arguments.

That's a fundamentally dishonest way to have any sort of discussion,
let alone a debate about policy.

Either remember and acknowledge what the fuck has been said, and where
systemd has been found utterly lacking, or just stop posting.

Why is there a burden on all of the rest of us to CONTINUALLY rewrite
the long laundry list of problems with systemd, rather than YOU just
remember what the fuck the objections are.

If you can't address EACH AND EVERYONE of those issues, then consider
systemd to be fundamentally flawed, and not worthy of the support of
ANY *HONEST* person.
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