OS to replace FreeBSD
Dr. Nikolaus Klepp
office at klepp.biz
Fri Mar 19 20:43:05 UTC 2021
Anno domini 2021 Fri, 19 Mar 21:32:14 +0100
Ralf Mardorf scripsit:
> On Fri, 19 Mar 2021 11:16:33 -0700, freebsd at johnea.net wrote:
> >Void uses a runit init system with no systemd
> I suspect it's not a good idea to use Linux without systemd. For
> example, by upstream udev is part of systemd. Maintaining Linux without
> systemd is a bottomless pit.
Oh, you can use Devuan - wich works perfect. But I'd reverse the argument: It's not a good good idea, to run Linux with systemd. Basicly systemd is the argument to move away from Linux.
> On Fri, 19 Mar 2021 13:35:21 -0400, Aryeh Friedman wrote:
> >Recompiling the kernel is *TRIVIAL* if you refuse to do it then you
> >should not be using any Unix variant
> I dislike this tone of voice. However, I agree that compiling the kernel
> might be less effort, than migrating to another operating system. If you
> would e.g. migrate to Arch Linux, you need to get used to systemd.
> Getting used to systemd isn't pleasant. If you chose a Linux distro
> that doesn't use systemd, you likely will experience all kinds of
> trouble, if you want to customize your install.
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