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ITT most retarded distro.
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>>69757191
Not retarded. Tell me why
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it's cool but systemd fucked it up
considering switching to devuan myself for better experience
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Crux
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>>69757191
>Extremely useful and stable distro for whatever you want to do
>Retarded
I'll give you a pity (You) anon-kun
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>>69757191
have you lost your dog?
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>>69761756
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>>69761961
Fuck off
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and all derivatives
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>>69761756
truest post in this thread
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>>69757191
>he can't past the idiot test
shiggy diggy
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>>69758934
What's so taboo about systemd? Why does everyone either not know what it is (me) or completely despise it all together? Redpill me anon
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>>69758934
I have Debian with sysv, uninstalled systemd
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>>69768177
Can you still run software?
Anything differences? Package conflicts?
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>>69767977
muh non-yoonix philosophy/monolithic architecture
muh 1M+ unauidited SLOC
muh kitchen sink

it's not that bad, anon, it's just the best init and services manager that has basically merged several linux userland subsystems into an unaudited monolithic blob of shit

gb2>>>/v/
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>>69757191
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>>69757191
You posted the most based tho.
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>>69767977
System d is bad for devs but not really bad for the end user afaik
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>>69767977
it replaces everything on the system
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>>69761756
>no packages
>inb4 compile them urself
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>>69767977
I kind of don't like dbus being mandatory. What if I don't want programs telling other programs running as other users to do things over dbus and circumventing my per-user security that way? I would like to be able to say: This user isn't allowed to do x and know that there's no way in hell an action by that user can result in x. DBUS seems to be: aw all that shit is annoying and gets in the way so let's have a free-for-all. There may be some merit to that in a gui, but what if I don't even have a gui running?
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>>69761814
What are the implications of this meme?



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