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[ale] Why systemd vs sysvinit really doesn't matter to me
I find that opinion interesting.? I do Linux because I find the way it
work is like how I think.? I get paid to do it, and by some freak of
nature, I am pretty good at it and make a very good living doing it.?
When it comes to making a living, do what ever pays :)? Feeding yourself
and family is not a Holy Cause.? It is what men the world over get out
of bed to do every day and most of them never heard of Linux.
On 02/17/2018 04:17 PM, leam hall via Ale wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 3:34 PM, Damon L. Chesser via Ale <ale at ale.org> wrote:
>> The Market has spoken.
> If the status quo were sufficient and the market voice enough then
> Linux would not exist. No need for it. That's perspective.
> You're right, compared to the ills of the world a Linux init system
> isn't a big deal. That's why I moderate my tone and express my
> opinions tactfully.
> Having the option if systemd, or not, would have been a better course
> of action for me. Having to move from sysvinit to systemd is something
> I don't have to do right now. That gives me a little time to look at
> my career and think about where I want to grow into. I feel systemd is
> bad enough that what RHEL 7 is seems to not be Linux. If I'm not doing
> Linux then a lot of things open up.
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