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How to Crash Systemd in One Tweet

Comment by Andrew Ayer

Posted in reply to Comment by Reader Christopher W. Carpenter.

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1. You misread me. I acknowledge that systemd's init system functionality has compelling features, even if terribly implemented. It's the other functionality -- DNS, DHCP, NTP -- where it doesn't offer anything new.

2. Fair enough. I replaced "proprietary" with "non-standard," which is what I meant.

| Posted on 2016-09-29 at 01:56:44 UTC by Andrew Ayer | Parent | Reply to This

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