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  1. Not exactly. In fact nobody cares. Even the...

    Not exactly. In fact nobody cares. Even the rhetorics is just a pretext for our oligarch leaders to steal more money from the budget, from the people. You need to live in Russia to understand what's...
  2. Ever heard of coercion? And no it doesn't mean...

    Ever heard of coercion? And no it doesn't mean someone is literally holding a knife to your throat. There are other, much more subtle ways. Systemd is about forcing dependencies and limiting choices...
  3. I wouldn't call it an alternative and I wouldn't...

    I wouldn't call it an alternative and I wouldn't call it desktop usage.

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    Well, at least it's getting clearer why systemd has so many apologists and what sort of people they are. The same...
  4. You must be on drugs, pal. The last thing I want...

    You must be on drugs, pal. The last thing I want on my desktop (let alone on my servers) is an Android-wannabe pseudo-OS.
  5. You said it.

    You said it.
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    Nails in the Linux coffin.

    Nails in the Linux coffin.
  7. I still use Linux at the moment but I'm halfway...

    I still use Linux at the moment but I'm halfway to BSD so to speak. One must always hedge against risks and risks associated with over-relying on Linux are currently at all time high.

    People say...
  8. You should care about whatever is relevant for...

    You should care about whatever is relevant for you. (For me none of those things is even remotely significant, sorry.)

    But everything comes for a price. The price of systemd is... Linux as we know...
  9. So many posts from systemd fanboys and they can...

    So many posts from systemd fanboys and they can all be summarized in one line: "if you're against systemd your point of view and your arguments aren't valid."
  10. Even with custom kernels I really had to go out...

    Even with custom kernels I really had to go out of my way to end up with an unbootable system. And systemd won't fix a broken kernel anyway.


    One more time: you really, really should stop talking...
  11. Not according to Phoronix readers. See how...

    Not according to Phoronix readers. See how excited everyone is?
  12. It's because the reality where people believe...

    It's because the reality where people believe that utter s..t like systemd can be useful is pretty scary...
  13. You're not everyone, my friend. This crap isn't...

    You're not everyone, my friend. This crap isn't useful to me in the slightest. The only thing that systemd would change for me is that I would have to run twice as fast just to stay where I am now...
  14. I acknowledge that I was wrong. They don't want...

    I acknowledge that I was wrong. They don't want to turn Linux into Windows. They want to turn it into iOS.
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    You see the problem with systemd is that there's...

    You see the problem with systemd is that there's just not enough of it. They really need to add xserverd, desktopd and kerneld.
  16. If an init replacement that breaks every UNIX...

    If an init replacement that breaks every UNIX principle and tries to make everything to depend on it doesn't look like a broken design to you than what does?


    Again, there's LSB:...
  17. I don't work for MSFT if that's what you mean....

    I don't work for MSFT if that's what you mean. But I do work for a company that uses mostly MS stuff (Windows/Office/Exchange/Sharepoint) and I don't call the shots there. Now, I hate to break the...
  18. It's people who make decisions. And people can...

    It's people who make decisions. And people can always consider their values. If they have any.
  19. It's been elaborated over and over in previous...

    It's been elaborated over and over in previous threads. Use forum search if you're really interested. And no, you can fix a broken design. You can only throw away the design and start over from...
  20. Too bad the implementation is deliberately...

    Too bad the implementation is deliberately broken.


    You forgot to mention that "digging" here means "issuing one command."


    Welcome to LSB.
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