Systemd 227 hasn't been released yet but it appears that it will be coming out quite soon. Here's a look at some of the changes.
The newest open-source service/init manager trying to compete with systemd is System XVI.
Systemd developers plan to release systemd 226 next week and with this release will come new features.
The latest addition to systemd is offering its own command to provide su-like behavior on Linux systems. The machinectl shell command is meant to replace su for running privileged sessions.
Prolific systemd contributor David Herrmann announced the release of systemd 223 today.
Lennart Poettering today announced systemd.conf 2015, its inaugural conference devoted to the future of systemd.
In part due to the recent news item about an NSA researcher looking at KDBUS and then having written a mailing list parser for finding how many Intel developers work on their open-source driver, for curiosity sake, here's a look at the companies most active on the systemd mailing list.
Gummiboot, the lightweight UEFI boot manager that's been around for a few years, is now dead.
For the past four years in systemd there's been a Udev accelerometer helper for exposing the device orientation as a property. With the upcoming systemd 222 release, that will change and instead users taking advantage of device orientation information should switch to iio-sensor-proxy 1.0+.
The KDBUS in-fighting between upstream Linux kernel developers was once again reignited today after a kernel developer publicly asked Linus Torvalds on the prospects of merging KDBUS.
With today's release of systemd 221 besides enabling KDBUS support being compiled in unconditionally, it also stabilizes the new SD-BUS.
One month after the huge systemd 220 update, systemd 221 is out and primarily geared for fixing bugs.
The latest controversy coming out of the systemd camp is an announcement this week that they're effectively deprecating their FreeDesktop.org-based infrastructure and looking to setup their workflow around GitHub.
It's taken a while, but systemd 220 has been finally released.
Systemd has eliminated shutdownd, one of the oldest components of this controversial init system, but its removal isn't because systemd is going on a diet.
Systemd has picked up another feature for the upcoming systemd 220 release.
With the systemd developers pursuing their vision for how distributions/software should be distributed, more Btrfs specific functionality is being added to the init manager.
A change made to systemd yesterday is working on the stateless Linux systems feature.
As of last night, the Ubuntu 15.04 Cloud daily ISOs have switched to booting with systemd by default rather than Upstart.
The newest addition to systemd just a day after landing its new EFI boot manager is systemd-fsckd. This new addition was done by Ubuntu developers.
A few weeks ago I wrote how systemd developers were planning to add Gummiboot as a UEFI boot manager to systemd. Now, following the just-released systemd 219, they've gone ahead and added their initial code for providing systemd with a EFI boot manager.
Lennart Poettering announced the release of systemd 219 today and it comes with a very large number of new features and changes.
The latest open-source desktop program making optional use of systemd is the popular VLC media player.
The newest feature being worked on for systemd? A boot loader, of course! It was revealed this weekend that systemd developers are looking at integrating Gummiboot into systemd.
The systemd-import command is now more powerful after the latest batch of changes committed by Lennart Poettering prior to starting the weekend.
The systemd project is off to a quick start in 2015 with already seeing over 200 commits (granted, in 2015 systemd development skyrocketed with nearly 5,000 commits). With the newest work that's landed, the networkd component to systemd has been improved with new features.
Rising above all of the systemd controversies and in-fighting this year, systemd developers remained committed and did a heck of a job at adding code to the project.
Fedora contributor Tomasz Torcz has taken a fresh look at what individuals and companies are the largest contributors to systemd.
Going along with our many year-end lists and Linux recaps for this calendar year, here's a look at the most viewed systemd stories on Phoronix in 2014.
The latest Linux excitement of today, which earlier seemed like an early Christmas, is the release of systemd 218.
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