On Fri, 2011-03-11 at 11:33 +0100, Andreas Jaeger wrote:
On Monday, March 07, 2011 07:37:02 PM Kim Leyendecker
I think everybody jumped on your 11.5/12.0 discussion
but you raised
another question that got lost:
What´s the technology way we want do for the 11.4
So, are there any great ideas that people want to do?
That's what I *want*, not necessarily what I want to *do*. :)
use systemd instead of sysv
use plymouth instead of slash
use dracut instead of mkinitrd
kill the 8 seconds grub timeout
get rid of /dev/disk/by-id/ in fstab and use /dev/disk/by-uuid/
do not install hundreds of -32bit packages on a 64bit-only box :)
make sysconfig network optional and run services like networkmanager
from upstream shipped systemd service files, instead of weird config
options in /etc/sysconfig/. All that stuff should stay for servers, but
it should be optional and not be the default.
make rsyslog the default syslog, without any weird /etc/sysconfig/
configuration. it should be started by a single rsyslog service file
shipped from upstream. All that stuff should stay for servers, but it
should be optional and not be the default.
make gdm/kdm be started from systemd, and get rid of the mindless
sysconfig stuff that multiplexes all the things. /etc/init.d/xdm should
not be the default
get rid of all the unneeded entries for virtual filesystems
in /etc/fstab, especially the deprecated and unsupported usbfs.
do not allow the installer to split the rootfs from /usr :)
do not install any local mail servers by default
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