Users who want systemd can choose it during install. But it's too big
a change to be the default choice. I don't want to change, until it's
been proven and polished for several years.
I'm also opposed to dumping everything into /usr. I *like* having /bin
vs. /usr/bin, /lib vs. /usr/lib, and /sbin vs. /usr/sbin.
If you need shared read only mounts for executables, then improve
mount and/or the kernel so you can easily mount multiple paths all at
once, to the same device. Don't force your organizational prejudices
I'm a user, and I want what I want.
Question is, do you want users, or not?
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