Le lundi 06 février 2012 à 11:29 +0000, Sebastian Freundt a écrit :
Andreas Jaeger email@example.com writes:
On Monday, February 06, 2012 11:15:43 Hubert Mantel wrote:
On Sun, Feb 05, Cristian Rodríguez wrote:
The fact that we have these standards, easy concepts, shell scripts, etc. is the only fact why he is even able to develop his crap.
Sorry that's utter bullshit dogma. "I don't like it" it is not technical criticism, and personal attacks against one developer discredits your point completely.
I can contribute some technical criticism: systemd is unreliable!
After updating two of my machines to 12.1, I noticed that the systems sometimes come up with the network down (only loopback interface is up). Entering "rcnetwork restart" as root only yields the output "redirecting to systemd", but the network still is down. Since my children do not have the root password on their machine, they simply would power cycle the machine so often until the network finally works.
Some colleagues attributed my problems to the fact that I'm using static addresses and not dhcp. But nobody has an idea what the real problem is, nobody can give me a hint how to debug it.
I consider a system that comes up correctly only with a probability of around 70% as utterly broken.
Of course I filed a bug report weeks ago, but nobody seems to have an idea.
What's the bugzilla number?
Which is waiting for your feedback..