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LENOVO: "Hey! You can't exploit or exploit! DMCA DMCA!"
"If I wanted one program to perform every single imaginable task on my computer, I'd install EMACS" - FIFY
You can't just skip over Linux ME, Linux 2000, Linux Vista, Linux XP and Linux 8!
"We aren't looking for something that hasn't really changed much since 1997." AND THAT proves you have no idea what you're talking about.
Slackware uses BSD inits so, you can have the BSD inits AND Linux code base. WIN WIN!
Stop using crap distros with do-everything-in-one apps, sym-link-hells and all!!!
Every single complaint is covered by Slackware's simplicity.
X-24 TWENTY FOUR (damned fat fingers)
X-14 - FIFY
"OpenHAB - developed in Java" Yeah, no thanks!
Because it's kinda like Entity A (a company) doesn't want to do business (hire) Entity B (a black homosexual 65 year old man). Do you still not see a problem?
Sounds like a perfect match for Daylight Savings Time..
"As for the unix philosophy, init systems pre-systemd hardly did just one thing and hardly did it well."
What are you talking about!?! my rc.httpd starts/stops apache, period... my rc.ntpd starts/stops ntpd, period... I could go on.
"How does systemd remind you of windows? Have you actually *used* either in a system administration capacity?'
YES, yes I have. Windows with it's registry and svchost reminds me ALOT of systemd.
Yeah, it's not like the telecom industry is highly regulated... oh wait.