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Re: No Books in print on Systemd?




On 2019-05-19 13:51, Boyan Penkov wrote:
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On May 18, 2019, at 17:19, Kenneth Parker <sea7kenp@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I know there are controversies on Systemd (including in Debian -- for example, Devuan), but I want to learn enough about it to (Horrors!) become an expert.

And yes, I have found several online resources, including on the Debian Wiki. (I'm also reading https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/ <https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/> ).

My problem? My best times for reading are times where a "Paper Book" is best. Unfortunately, I haven't found any.

+1 for the implicit sentiment that it may be time for a book-length
elucidation of the system, as I was looking around the the same thing
??? even if it???s http://0pointer.net/blog/ posts cleaned up and laid out
in a systematic (not temporally linear..) way, I??? be interested???.


If I'm missing something, please tell me. Otherwise, do any of you know if someone's working on a Book?



I did buy the "windows 98 administrator's guide" to try to get to grips with it but left me more annoyed.
"I just want to know what is happening, it is my PC"
So it was a relief to find Linux books and an OS that does what it says it should do.
Now I dunno what goes on.
But really I guess now I don't care so much as I feel the guys are giving me this software are trustworthy
It would be nice to have it laid out in print exactly what goes on.

mick

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