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    Yep. Almost the only way the Linux community have...

    Yep. Almost the only way the Linux community have any influence on the hardware is by "wallet voting". The hardware vendors doesn't care about online pleas or open source, they only care about money...
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    They can't guarantee that, but it is has nothing...

    They can't guarantee that, but it is has nothing with their proposal, that is an effect of having a TPM framework in the hardware; if the hardware vendor only allows a certain signed OS to boot, then...
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    I didn't specifically address the first question...

    I didn't specifically address the first question about always having the key:
    It is probably quite possible to use TPM to lock down a Linux system so that only the device manufacturer can modify the...
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    Here is an old mail from 2006 where he says...

    Here is an old mail from 2006 where he says "Because digital signatures and cryptography aren't just "bad DRM". They very much are "good security" too." :...
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    Relax. For normal PC's and servers, this would...

    Relax. For normal PC's and servers, this would mean another level of defence against getting the machines compromised by malware and hackers. The machine owner owns the signing keys too. This is...
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    Systemd won because it was technically better...

    Systemd won because it was technically better than anything else available for Linux. That it won such a total landslide victory, is solely the systemd opponents fault. Their almost total focus on...
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    It is a classic setup to manufacture an...

    It is a classic setup to manufacture an "opponent" that argues so badly that he really end up supporting the opposing side.

    User "sdack" is so technically ill prepared and are claiming such...
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    You are seriously misinformed about systemd's...

    You are seriously misinformed about systemd's logind. Also, I think you confuses it with rlogind from inetd, which again that has nothing to do with systemd, and is totally unsuitable as a ConsoleKit...
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    Whiners who whines about that other people should...

    Whiners who whines about that other people should work for them for free doesn't get any sympathy from me. So if you want upstream to support your non-standard init system, you are the one...
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    That is pretty much an admittance of you never...

    That is pretty much an admittance of you never having seen the source code: systemd has +60 compile time configure switches for disabling parts of it, basically reducing it to systemd, journald and...
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    No it doesn't.

    No it doesn't.
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    OpenLaunchd is a BSD project, I have heard...

    OpenLaunchd is a BSD project, I have heard nothing about an actual working Linux version. Looking at the github it seems rather stagnant.

    The problem is non-systemd Linux work, not BSD. BSD...
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    Perhaps, but the majority of Linux distros and...

    Perhaps, but the majority of Linux distros and developers clearly have stated that they want systemd. The extreme lack of non-systemd developers are also a clear sign that the systemd opponents are a...
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    AFAIK, there isn't. A link to such a project...

    AFAIK, there isn't. A link to such a project would be interesting for all.
    The systemdBSD project is highly unlikely to work on Linux, their "logind" isn't functional yet, and is highly unlikely to...
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    It is called analysing the situation. It is...

    It is called analysing the situation. It is something the systemd opponents have sorely neglected to do. This is why you now are experiencing a systemd tsunami without having any contingency plan.
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    Well, some of the smartest systemd opponents are...

    Well, some of the smartest systemd opponents are beginning to discover that all major Linux distros are changing to systemd, and therefore most, if not all, of the smaller derivative Linux distros...
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    Should have said, "pure" SysVinit, so you are...

    Should have said, "pure" SysVinit, so you are right.
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    I have read every post in this thread, and I...

    I have read every post in this thread, and I haven't seen single post about what old problems may come back to Linux when dropping SysVinit. But one could probably write a small book about the many...
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    So you are taking refuge in daydreaming and...

    So you are taking refuge in daydreaming and fantasies? Well, that is one way to deal with hard problems.



    As long as they don't complain about having problems using Linux software, made by...
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    A "logind" or better yet, a "ConsoleKit"...

    A "logind" or better yet, a "ConsoleKit" replacement is a really bad thing to make alone without communicating to others. First, it will be a hard job dealing with core system development, a single...
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