Biggest mistake ever made by Debian

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Re: Biggest mistake ever made by Debian

Postby czeekaj » 2018-01-09 10:44

As a new User of linux in general I agree. I came from windows and went to linux to getaway from windows and SystemD feels more like Windows. The binary logs especially
I used a bit of SysV and it was really nice being able to set up a boot order with it. It's more transparent. It also tells me When Intel ME hangs on boot.
SystemD i have no clue and I spent more time with it than SysV. I feel it's poorly implemented. I was able to disable bluetooth easily and could see it there and know it wont boot.

I heard someone do parrallel booting without systemD. So don't tell me that's why it's around.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzFEYDFlK_k

How about a SysX and make everyone happy :)
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Re: Biggest mistake ever made by Debian

Postby acewiza » 2018-01-09 14:24

Somebody should lock this thread, just to keep the trolls out.
Nobody would ever ask questions If everyone possessed encyclopedic knowledge of the man pages.
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Re: Biggest mistake ever made by Debian

Postby golinux » 2018-01-09 15:22

This thread had been dormant for nearly a year. Someone dredged it up because systemd is well . . . still systemd and continuing to create havoc for lots of folks. You can hide the reality but that doesn't mean it's not there. Is that trollish enough for you? :D
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Re: Biggest mistake ever made by Debian

Postby acewiza » 2018-01-09 15:37

Somebody dredged it up because there are still a bunch of butthurt jackholes out there that just can't seem to get over themselves.
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