systemd 235 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in systemd on 6 October 2017 at 05:36 AM EDT. 27 Comments
SYSTEMD --
Lennart Poettering published the systemd 235 update today.

Systemd 235 introduces some new options for units, Automake support has been dropped in favor of exclusively using Meson as its build system, more aggressive caching of client metadata by systemd-journald, various networking improvements, systemctl's poweroff/reboot/halt commands are now asynchronous, and a variety of other fixes and improvements.

The complete list of systemd 235 changes can be found via the NEWS, from the Git repository where you can also fetch these new v235 sources if desired.
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