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    And 90% of the thread is systemd fanboys gloating...

    And 90% of the thread is systemd fanboys gloating over that. Though I can't say I'm surprised.
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    This actually depends on what you need/want from...

    This actually depends on what you need/want from your system. You know there are people who think that Windows 9 is the future and are ready to embrace it as soon as...

    Systemd is bad for me...
  3. You're missing the point. Some people want to be...

    You're missing the point. Some people want to be 100% open source even at the cost of some functionality. That's what FSF provides guidelines for.

    You want binary blobs - it's your decision....
  4. I still hope to see these words in a news article...

    I still hope to see these words in a news article about Debian someday...
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    Too bad Lennart doesn't share this philosophy....

    Too bad Lennart doesn't share this philosophy. His favorite word is WONTFIX.
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    You got it all backwards, bro. We don't hate...

    You got it all backwards, bro. We don't hate Lennart for being a dick. We hate him for being a Red Hat guy who cares only about Red Hat (and his own) interests and spits on the community three times...
  7. This is so hilarious and sad. Once your distro is...

    This is so hilarious and sad. Once your distro is infected by systemd the only way to get rid of it is implementing a compatibility layer.

    Yet fanboys still claim that systemd isn't pervasive.
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    You don't need systemd to be able to perform any...

    You don't need systemd to be able to perform any of those tasks.

    And your post is another example of typical systemd fanboy way of thinking: "before systemd there was nothing and UNIX sysadmin...
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    The answer is "nothing" but you can't get it...

    The answer is "nothing" but you can't get it through. Like all dull kids systemd fanboys have selective perception and about zero real-life experience. When you criticize systemd (no matter how...
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    Systemd is without doubt the worst thing that has...

    Systemd is without doubt the worst thing that has ever happened to Linux but it's highly unlikely that the damage can still be undone. It's too late to save Linux, unfortunately. And migrating to BSD...
  11. Don't hold your breath before you take into...

    Don't hold your breath before you take into account the complexity of the task and the terrible state of documentation.

    Systemd works like a mousetrap - the door seems to be open and there's some...
  12. /sigh Do you even know what D-Bus is? --- ...

    /sigh
    Do you even know what D-Bus is?

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    Anyway, systemd isn't about overtaking the kernel. Red Hat decided to do it Google way. Why control the kernel when you can control everything else...
  13. As soon as kdbus is in mainline kernel (systemd...

    As soon as kdbus is in mainline kernel (systemd developers control D-Bus project).
  14. DEs are useless without applications, mate. ...

    DEs are useless without applications, mate.

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    Why oh why every time I post on Phoronix forums it feels like I'm talking to a bunch of total retards...
  15. Final thoughts: at this point it's too late to...

    Final thoughts: at this point it's too late to discuss whether systemd is good or bad (unless you're into purely academic discussions like what NT would be without Win32 API). The freedom of choice...
  16. Do you want to build your own distro from...

    Do you want to build your own distro from scratch? If not, you don't have many options besides Gentoo and even then you can't just pick any GUI like you used to. Half of the GUI userland irreversibly...
  17. You can deny it all you want but if a distro uses...

    You can deny it all you want but if a distro uses systemd it's de-facto under RH control. It's that simple.
  18. Good news but due to Ubuntu release cycle there...

    Good news but due to Ubuntu release cycle there won't be an LTS till 2016. And non-LTS releases are hardly useful now having just 9 months till end-of-life.
  19. Coreboot project is more important than people...

    Coreboot project is more important than people think. Secure Boot proved that UEFI was a dead end for x86-based open-source systems and of course on ARM-based platforms things are even worse. As long...
  20. Like I said, a classic case of drama queen...

    Like I said, a classic case of drama queen syndrome.


    Sorry, but I disagree. Whether you like it or not.
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