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Re: actual problems - back to systemd

Postby twerple » January 27th, 2016, 5:39 pm

Randicus Draco Albus wrote:I am not aware of any OS that is similar to Debian, but without systemd.


Has anyone looked at MX-15 (from the Mepis people)?

  • Based on Debian 8.
  • Does not use systemd.
  • Excellent documentation and active support.
http://www.mepiscommunity.org/mx
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Re: actual problems - back to systemd

Postby nodir » January 27th, 2016, 7:38 pm

all i tried to do is point out that i am still stuck to a certain problem.
not asking to repeat the well known and rather lame options once again ....
pretty weird that people think i haven't heard of those options and looked at them.
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Re: actual problems - back to systemd

Postby anticapitalista » January 27th, 2016, 8:26 pm

Maybe you didn't look hard enough
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Re: actual problems - back to systemd

Postby golinux » January 27th, 2016, 8:46 pm

It's easier to complain than create solutions
May the FORK be with you!
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Re: actual problems - back to systemd

Postby nodir » January 27th, 2016, 8:51 pm

well: i didn't put it very clear, anticapitalista.
golinux: i don't complain. All i tried to do is give feedback where i am. And, after such a long time, it seems also feedback where linux is.
Hence the post is in nonsense ...
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Re: actual problems - back to systemd

Postby anticapitalista » January 27th, 2016, 9:30 pm

You may feel that there has been no 'progress' re no systemd and Debian in particular. fair enough.
However, others disagree with you.

devuan is getting there, but progress is slow, very slow and IMO too slow which is why we at antiX decided not to base off devuan for a systemd-free Debian based distro, but make our own changes to packages that needed and continuously need de-systemd blobbing.

You say you have seen what we have done. What don't you like?
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Re: actual problems - back to systemd

Postby nodir » January 28th, 2016, 12:35 am

I didn't say i have seen it.
Well: i said: i have looked at them. What i meant is: i considered them. Any distro based on Debian is out. Debian fucked me once, and it sure won't fuck me a second time ... :-)

Of course there are options if one doesn't want systemd, and they have been mentioned pretty often. What i said is that i haven't found a good solution for me yet, that i still struggle with that problem. And i for one don't consider it to be an outstanding interesting question.
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Re: actual problems - back to systemd

Postby cynwulf » January 28th, 2016, 2:28 pm

I honestly don't get it, but I then I'm not really bound to a certain package manager or even Linux these days. If there are easier ways to install and use an operating system which doesn't include systemd in the first place, I'll take that option first...
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Re: actual problems - back to systemd

Postby nodir » January 28th, 2016, 6:28 pm

sanjuro wrote:I honestly don't get it,.

that may be the main problem.
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Re: actual problems - back to systemd

Postby cynwulf » January 28th, 2016, 11:27 pm

nodir wrote:
sanjuro wrote:I honestly don't get it,.

that may be the main problem.

Nice quip.
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