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In reply to How to Crash Systemd in One Tweet

Reader estan on 2016-10-02 at 00:11:

What most people do not know is that it's possible to purge systemd from Ubuntu 16.06 and everything works well (I actually had to do this because the wiser systemd would be waiting for ethernet network to come up, even with a disconnected cable).

systemd is a bad implementation of what had already been achieved successfuly with SMF


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