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Re: systemd error






On Wed, Mar 13, 2019, 04:06 Ivan Ivanov <qmastery16@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Mar 13, 2019, 07:54, Default User <hunguponcontent@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> On Tue, Mar 12, 2019, 04:49 Ivan Ivanov <qmastery16@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>
>> Well, I know a good solution that will work 100%: switch from Debian
>> to Devuan to avoid this SystemD. sadly Debian does not provide the
>> init system freedom, but if you'd switch to its' brother distribution
>> (Devuan) it still provides all the benefits of Debian + the freedom
>> from SystemD.
>
> Thanks for the suggestion, Ivan.
>
> Actually, I had high hopes for Devuan. But I am afraid that it's just too little, too late.
>
> The cancer of systemd has metastasized too far and the GNU/Linux patient is terminally ill.
>
> How sad that once again, the bad guys won because good men did nothing.
>

Don't give up friend, we have not lost! In addition to Devuan, there
are truly awesome no-SystemD distributions:

Artix (arch-based, with OpenRC), Nutyx (independent, SysVinit), Void
Linux (independent, with runit) - they have very fresh kernels and
packages while also being relatively stable! Really good if you want
the fresh drivers and mesa for gaming.
MX Linux - if you want a popular Debian-based no-SystemD distro that
actually surpassed Debian in popularity! (according to Distrowatch)

Just telling you that there are still enough oasises in this GNU/Linux
desert ;-)

I actually hope that someone will combine the features of my favorite
distros: something no-SystemD mentioned above as the base + QubesOS
hardcore virtualization for great security + ideology of Free Software
Foundation endorsed distros (remove all the closed source binaries
from a distribution, e.g. because they could contain the backdoors).
This is a distro of my dreams




Good luck.

May you keep the innocence and optimism of youth !

: )