/g/ is full of fags who don't answer tech related questions
FINALLY, Jesus /g/ is full of autistic fucks, thanks lad. Have a (You)
>sleepd turns my alarmd on
>pull off my coversd through the bedctl interface
>"Thank you once again for a nice sleep, Poettering" I recite
>kitchenctl enable breakfast
>begin to enjoy my breakfastd
>dreading going to OpenWork; they refuse to embrace the tenderness of Poettering
>carctl enable engine
>card won't start
>can't journalctl because logging is binary
>fired from card failing
Well, Mr Newton, it's like this...
* pulls up a chair
Mr Pointering works for Mr Redhat. Mr Redhat wants to learn from history and will do what Mr Gates did in the past. Namely, astonish customers with apparently superior components (binary databases like registry, binary logs and viewers for those logs like event viewer, and Swiss army knife approach to TSR programs: services).
The idea is to control the software and in turn control the users. Systemd seems FOSS and kosher, but the interface changes so rapidly that it is virtually impossible to write a drop-in replacement for any component. Therefore the only way to go with it is to use everything it offers, or nothing.
So ask Mr. Stallman how his zealots will control anything, now that Gnome depends on the "free" systemd.
* pours himself a glass of brandy
Use gentoo, while they resit, or come and join the dark side. We have cookies... ^_^
some gay shitdick at red hat developed a massive ego and strongarmed his botnet into linux. all the other shitdicks and dicklicks decided they'd chug his cock despite their better judgement, just because he's a big fucking baby shitdick who thinks his dick doesn't stink.
Leave, maybe it will get better for the rest of us without you here.
I ran gentoo for 9 years, tried archlinux which meant I had to use systemd. Didn't like it for a few days, but as I used it more and more, I came to appreciate its power.
Back on gentoo now since it's better and more flexible, but using systemd instead of openrc.
Tldr: try systemd for a week.