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  • Systemd 248 Released With System Extension Images Feature, More TPM2/FIDO2 Integration

    Phoronix: Systemd 248 Released With System Extension Images Feature, More TPM2/FIDO2 Integration

    After the release candidate phase kicked off last month, systemd 248 is now officially available as the newest feature release for this dominant Linux init system and service manager...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...px=systemd-248

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    Since the systemd's project is to bring some much needed consistency and developer friendliness to the Linux ecosystem, I'm not sure I like the idea of /etc/veritytab as yet another text configuration file with an arbitrary syntax. Shouldn't this be a field in a mount unit?

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    • #3
      So systemd is now batmobile compatible? https://www.motortrend.com/news/the-...ry-movie-cars/

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      • #4
        Originally posted by caligula View Post
        So systemd is now batmobile compatible? https://www.motortrend.com/news/the-...ry-movie-cars/
        All jokes aside, if the batmobile was real its software would most likely run on some embedded linux distro.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jacob View Post

          All jokes aside, if the batmobile was real its software would most likely run on some embedded linux distro.
          I'm pretty sure systemd would fit in. After all, those infotainment systems already consist of Wayland, Webkit, and basically all the Android functionality. The OS images of cars built today are probably larger than 20 GB.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by caligula View Post

            I'm pretty sure systemd would fit in. After all, those infotainment systems already consist of Wayland, Webkit, and basically all the Android functionality. The OS images of cars built today are probably larger than 20 GB.
            To my knowledge Android actually doesn't use systemd though. I was also thinking more along the lines of the batmobile's autopilot, navigation etc. Batman doesn't have time to watch infotainment

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            • #7
              Originally posted by jacob View Post

              To my knowledge Android actually doesn't use systemd though. I was also thinking more along the lines of the batmobile's autopilot, navigation etc. Batman doesn't have time to watch infotainment
              But he does need multi-way video communication with the Batcave, Robin, & Alfred which requires the same features as infotainment. Plus if he's fighting crime far from the city, why shouldn't he be able to turn on the autopilot and watch some Battlestar Galactica or play some ROTN?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by jacob View Post
                To my knowledge Android actually doesn't use systemd though.
                To my knowledge neither does chromeOS.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by dreich View Post

                  To my knowledge neither does chromeOS.
                  AFAIK ChromeOS has a build option to use systemd. Maybe it will become default in some future release.

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                  • #10
                    A new "root=tmpfs" kernel command-line option that will mount a Tmpfs on /.
                    Good to know Slashdot has finally embraced systemd and the two are collaborating together.

                    K, I'ma walk myself out

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