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Comment: Re:Wounded Not Dead (Score 0) 232

by Truekaiser (#49558855) Attached to: Linux 4.1 Bringing Many Changes, But No KDBUS

Because systemD is being pushed by red-hat. And red-hat makes money, no their 'entire' business model is selling support.
So would they want a piece of software that you can use yourself correctly? No, they want a piece of software that is so arcane and labyrinth ridden that you have to pay them to tell you how to use it.
right now the majority of the systemD dev's in the kernel area that are pushing for this are outnumbered and Linus won't allow it in because the only advantage and reason they can come up with that is now buzzwords are the speed improvements simply from having it run in kernel space. But gkh got a coup done in the kernel dev committee or what ever it's called and pushed through a standards of conduct, i bet he is practically salivating in anticipation for the next time linus goes on a rant and he can use it to censor him or kick him out.

Comment: Re:fvwm is what I use, anyway (Score 1) 755

by Truekaiser (#49063471) Attached to: Removing Libsystemd0 From a Live-running Debian System

openrc and any other proper init system, log an error. user sees error, user fixes error

systemD, constantly restarts all three services. filling up log files, and grinding the system to a halt.
user can not see error because the disc is busy ballooning the log file to gigabytes in size as systemD restarts services A,B,and C when B crashes on startup every time.

Comment: Re:meanwhile... (Score 2) 755

by Truekaiser (#49063291) Attached to: Removing Libsystemd0 From a Live-running Debian System

I used to hate pulseaudio too, until i was forced to use it to get the games i was buying off of steam to have sound.
Then I found out that if you disable or ignore the network sound feature it mainly boots linux into the modern sound land windows has been since vista. per application volume and speaker configs. per application outputs and recording inputs. it just works.

Comment: Re:I Don't Get It (Score 1) 149

by Truekaiser (#48563521) Attached to: Ubuntu Gets Container-Friendly "Snappy" Core

Nope, it brings DLL hell to linux.
Sure you get the developers environment, but every program can and will depend on different versions of the same library.
This is what DLL hell was in windows. Program A needed version A of msvexample.dll while program B needs version D, version A is newer but overwriting it causes program B from working so they put in both. You now have two versions of the same library and just like windows you are still vulnerable to any problem in the library because program B needs version D.
Even windows is moving away from this system and ubuntu and LP are hell bent on turning linux into a shoddy version windows 9X.


Ubuntu Gets Container-Friendly "Snappy" Core 149

Posted by Soulskill
from the snappy-songbird?-corey-cormorant? dept.
judgecorp writes: Canonical just announced Ubuntu Core, which uses containers instead of packages. It's the biggest Ubuntu shakeup for 20 years, says Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth, and is based on a tiny core, which will run Docker and other container technology better, quicker and with greater security than other Linux distros. Delivered as alpha code today, it's going to become a supported product, designed to compete with both CoreOS and Red Hat Atomic, the two leading container-friendly Linux approaches. Shuttleworth says it came about because Canonical found it had solved the "cloud" problems (delivering and updating apps and keeping security) by accident — in its work on a mobile version of Ubuntu.

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