Systemd 230 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in systemd on 21 May 2016 at 09:48 PM EDT. 52 Comments
SYSTEMD --
A new release of systemd is available this weekend.

Systemd 230 is the new release available and it comes with a number of new features. Systemd 230 comes with DNSSEC turned on by default in systemd-resolved, there are a number of systemd-logind enhancements, LDDP support has been extended, journalctl has seen various improvements, various compatibility libraries were removed, and systemd-bus-proxyd was removed since KDBUS is "unlikely to be merged into the kernel in its current form."

Those wishing to learn more about systemd 230 can read the complete list of changes via this mailing list announcement.
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