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    Phoronix: Facebook Continues Making Extensive Use Of systemd

    At last week's All Systems Go! 2018 conference in Berlin, Davide Cavalca talked about Facebook's use of systemd in 2018 and how it's expanded since their talk a year ago on the subject...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...k-systemd-2018

  • #2
    There's a mistake in the article. Nobody is allowed to like systemd.

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    • #3
      for i in "keylogger" "spyware" "usersniffer" "hiddenprivatedatauploader" "gnome3" "flatpakspywareinstaller" "pulseaudiostutterfeature" ; do
      systemd enable"${i}.service"
      systemd start "${i}.service"
      done

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      • #4
        Originally posted by kaprikawn View Post
        There's a mistake in the article. Nobody is allowed to like systemd.
        You're not making it any better by breaking Poetterings law: For every article that mentions systemd or pulseaudio the first comment is an unhinged rant explaining how Lennart is the devil incarnated and how he's turning our beloved Linux into M$ winblows. Oh, and how "Linux is about choice".

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        • #5
          Well they both have the same land grabbing culture so I am not surprised to see them get along. Maybe in a few years when systemd takes over the login process it will support facebook logins.

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          • #6
            And that's a good thing. There's no place for crap like SysV init in modern systems.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Candy View Post
              for i in "keylogger" "spyware" "usersniffer" "hiddenprivatedatauploader" "gnome3" "flatpakspywareinstaller" "pulseaudiostutterfeature" ; do
              systemd enable"${i}.service"
              systemd start "${i}.service"
              done
              rm -R $YourBullshit

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              • #8
                Frankly, they'd be mad not to. Interested in systemdmon.
                Last edited by brrrrttttt; 10-05-2018, 07:42 AM.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Spazturtle View Post
                  Well they both have the same land grabbing culture so I am not surprised to see them get along. Maybe in a few years when systemd takes over the login process it will support facebook logins.
                  I thought systemd already did control the login process?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Britoid View Post

                    I thought systemd already did control the login process?
                    That's interesting misconception.

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