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  • Systemd 247 Released With Experimental Out-of-Memory Daemon, New Credentials Capability

    Phoronix: Systemd 247 Released With Experimental Out-of-Memory Daemon, New Credentials Capability

    Systemd 247 is out today as the latest major version of this Linux init system. Like most systemd releases, systemd 247 is very heavy on new features...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...px=systemd-247

  • #2
    Not real sure what benefit could be had from running a full distro or even a kernel any longer. Or even having an ISP. System-D Home-D Oom-D DNS-D Credentials-D would appear to have all bases covered.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by andyprough View Post
      Not real sure what benefit could be had from running a full distro or even a kernel any longer. Or even having an ISP. System-D Home-D Oom-D DNS-D Credentials-D would appear to have all bases covered.
      Not until they finish the implementation of systemd-basesd

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      • #4
        when will it be integrated in the several linux operating systems?

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        • #5
          When will the kernel get replaced?

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          • #6
            color me impressed when it integrates Emacs and does not require an external kernel like Linux to bootstrap ;-)

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            • #7
              Originally posted by aht0 View Post
              When will the kernel get replaced?
              I'm looking for systemd kernelled

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              • #8
                The credentials feature looks interesting

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                • #9
                  Once Poettering finishes Office-D and Edge-D and Cortana-D, there will be no more use for Microsoft.

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                  • #10
                    Very good. The less fragmentation and legacy stuff then better.

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