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  • #91
    Originally posted by tuxd3v View Post
    The name was changed after, and I recall it correctly!
    They name it SystemD, but when they were trolled by the Community, the name was changed..
    http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/systemd.html

    This is the initial release. Linux systemd did not exist before this post. The day it code was first opened to the public is name was systemd.

    It was the trolls after 30 April 2010 who used the SystemD as a reference that linux systemd was as bad as the old Monolithic HPUX SystemD init.

    Linux systemd name has always been systemd like it or not. Claiming a name change is attempt to cover up how incomptent you are being. If you cannot get something as simple as the project name right you should not really be talking about it.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by oiaohm View Post
      http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/systemd.html

      This is the initial release. Linux systemd did not exist before this post. The day it code was first opened to the public is name was systemd.

      It was the trolls after 30 April 2010 who used the SystemD as a reference that linux systemd was as bad as the old Monolithic HPUX SystemD init.

      Linux systemd name has always been systemd like it or not. Claiming a name change is attempt to cover up how incomptent you are being. If you cannot get something as simple as the project name right you should not really be talking about it.
      What I recall in the past, was to see, caps letters in its name, in Distributions...yeah.

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      • #93
        Originally posted by tuxd3v View Post
        What I recall in the past, was to see, caps letters in its name, in Distributions...yeah.
        Some distributions yes never Fedora and never the main systemd project.

        https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/

        And you look at the bugs on those packages you will find a bug opened by one of the systemd developer point to this page resulting in them having to correct naming.

        Systemd to be correctly typed is all lower case. I sometimes error and type it with a caps a the start. The D capitalised is no longer referring to Linux systemd and should never be treated as correct.

        Please note a distribution package maintainer at times can be a troll.

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