Indeed. And spam their communications into the ground.
There is a lot of reason to argue what the limits if what we know are. And at this time, intelligence and consciousness are not understood at all. It is important to keep that in mind, or bullshit deductions will come out.
Just proves my point: You have no clue what you are talking about.
No. For I'm knowledgeable enough to assess everyone else's competence in this matter.
Wow, somebody with god-like powers. Now that is credible...
The observation of intelligence in humans is an interface observation, it is completely unclear whether it gets created there and how that would work if so.
You are of course speaking of a "soul". And why wouldn't an AI had one too? Humans demonstrate it can be done assuming the thing exists in the first place, of course.
I am not. Not even that much is clear at this time. This could also very well be interaction with an universe where physics actually allows thinking matter. Or something else. Because it does not look very much like intelligence and consciousness generated by matter is possible in this universe. And it gets less and less plausible the more we know.
I am merely pointing out that by observing the interface of the box, you cannot find out what is in it or whether there are hidden communication channels. Ant observing the interface is all we can do at this time.
Indeed. Completely characteristic fro almost all pro-systemd propaganda. These people seem all to be working from the same instruction manual.
And there you are twisting what I said to the extreme, like the typical dishonest propaganda shill you are. Because lying is all you have.
As long as there _is_ choice, I have absolutely no issue with people using systemd. The problem is that on my current main distro (Debian) it looks like that choice will be going away. And that is just not acceptable.
And actually no need for any development, as it is finished and works reliably. Apparently, systemd fanatics do not understand these concepts. But how could they, none of either is to be found in the object of their worship.
What, tools that any competent sysadmin can actually understand and customize? We cannot have that!
You know, for a known systemd-shill, you are being exceptionally lazy here. Methinks all this reflection of my arguments is because you have nothing of your own.
Fascinatingly, none of the self-destructiveness claimed by the systemd fanatics against the systemd opponents has ever manifested itself. Maybe it is just propaganda?
Indeed, they are. At least those integrated into the system. I found that whenever I implement some service, I need special things for monitoring and restarting it anyways. It is really not hard doing your own service manager that then just gets started by init.
I agree to that. Nothing important is dependent on systemd, except maybe udev. But even that can be replaced with reasonable effort if there is enough motivation. And Gentoo already has a replacement with eudev. Trying an "embrace and extend" move on Linux is ultimately futile. Sure, you can make a lot of people waste a lot of time, but that is it.
Giants collapse slowly. Or rather bloated monsters do.
This fight is not over. From all the error-reports on the mailing-lists of the distros that have started using systemd, at the moment the only thing the opponents need to do is watch the fireworks and occasionally remind people that there are superior init systems and service managers.
We will see how this plays out. I expect there will be some rather quiet reversal in several distros in the not too distant future. And if not, there is no real need to have a Linux kernel under a GNU system. I also see no really serious problems keeping SYSVinit going. The only hurdle seems to be udev, but there is eudev and if that does not work out, I never really had any need of udev in the first place. Overall, it probably cost me more time than it saved. I may just go back to ultra-reliable static device files.