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  • Devuan 2.0 Released For Debian Stretch Without Systemd

    Phoronix: Devuan 2.0 Released For Debian Stretch Without Systemd

    Devuan 2.0 has now been released as stable, the downstream of Debian GNU/Linux that aims for "init freedom" by decoupling the packages from being dependent upon systemd...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...table-Released

  • #2
    Great news we don't want spy systemD on our systems.Coreboot + devuan = best to have to stay free

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    • #3
      Init freedom through one less init system (tm)

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      • #4
        > Init freedom through one less init system (tm)

        Make that two: file-rc is also blocked in devuan.

        When switching to openrc they ended up replacing sysv-init with file-rc, breaking boot. The obvious solution is of course to block file-rc from the distribution.

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        • #5
          I like systemd but choice is good. More power to them.

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          • #6
            Alright, there we go again! systemd vs the rest: LET THE GAMESSSS BEGIN!!!

            *grabs huge bucket of popcorn*

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            • #7
              Thank you

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              • #8
                Originally posted by monraaf

                systemd is open source and you can inspect the code. What makes you think it's spyware? If it was, Debian would have patched out the spy functionality already.
                probably the same way most anti-systemd posters work - read another poster's incorrect comments, don't check it it out to see if its true and just repeat it.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by monraaf
                  What makes you think it's spyware?
                  what do you expect from idiot who is unable to spell systemd properly

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                  • #10
                    Thank you very much, Devuan devs. By pulling all the VUAs out of the mainstream community and locking them in a corner, you help to remove one of the main obstacles Linux faces on its way to become a fully-featured, modern OS.

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