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Systemd hands-on tutorial: reserve the date in your calendar

Postby Sarge-in-charge » 2015-08-08 07:21

Ok, so this is the occasion we systemd haters need to either reaffirm our beliefs, or to scrap them and learn to love the borg.

https://summit.debconf.org/debconf15/me ... -services/

"Your systemd tool box: dissecting and debugging boot and services" by Martin Pitt.

2015-08-21 18:00..19:00 in Amsterdam

systemd provides a range of tools to debug boot and shutdown problems, failing services, and optimize boot time. This "hands-on" talk introduces the most important use cases with some live demos and leaves time for answering questions about your favourite systemd related problems.

Speakers: Michael Biebl, Martin Pitt


It will be streamed live, and also archived for later viewing.

I'll be watching... I don't expect to be blown away, anyway. I shall prepare a bottle of white Portuguese wine to ease the pain.
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Re: Systemd hands-on tutorial: reserve the date in your cale

Postby spacex » 2015-08-08 19:57

I'll join you. With a bottle of Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold and some coke. That will ease any pain :)
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Re: Systemd hands-on tutorial: reserve the date in your cale

Postby buntunub » 2015-08-11 14:40

Sarge-in-charge wrote:Ok, so this is the occasion we systemd haters need to either reaffirm our beliefs, or to scrap them and learn to love the borg.



I don't see how this makes any difference to anything.. At all. Not even the price of tea in China.
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Re: Systemd hands-on tutorial: reserve the date in your cale

Postby Sarge-in-charge » 2015-08-12 20:48

buntunub wrote:
Sarge-in-charge wrote:Ok, so this is the occasion we systemd haters need to either reaffirm our beliefs, or to scrap them and learn to love the borg.



I don't see how this makes any difference to anything.. At all. Not even the price of tea in China.


The Borg is here to stay. You will be assimilated. Just get used to it, the sooner the better.

Otherwise, you have FreeBSD on the other sidewalk...
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