They won't react badly unless emacs gets pulled as a dependency and renames network interfaces. Which it won't do because it is not cancer.
vi is pretty much the best example to push in the face of systemd apologists.
vi is default in every distribution, nobody bats an eye.
systemd tries to do the same and everybody lose their mind.
The reason is simple. You don't have to deal with vi at all if you don't choose so. And if you really really do not like it...
# aptitude search vi | grep ^i
# aptitude purge vim-tiny vim-common
The following packages will be REMOVED:
0 packages upgraded, 0 newly installed, 2 to remove and 1 not upgraded.
Need to get 0 B of archives. After unpacking 1093 kB will be freed.
vi is not cancer.
Why should emacs depend on systemd when it can reimplement it?
Ubuntu Unity seems to be the only cool-looking UI left.
I can't say it's not cool looking. As long as all you have to do is look at it, you're set.
My 2c on the topic. Apple knows what to do, the objective is not to make the best looking hi res desktop, it is to make the lower res desktop look like sh1t. Marketing 101.
I could switch to whatever typeface in macos, at my own risk of course, but it seems strange this ability went away.
In a way, Red Hat cares about linux users. You see, when linux users have a distro working perfectly out of the box, RH's business model crumbles.
A systemd based, never fully defined, never fully complete Linux, is what RH Canonical and hardware makers need to do the desktop linux transition. Devs who jump on the train will do like devs on win and osx, always work to adapt the new versions to the changes and fuck the old versions and its users.
New users are even more fucked up because they might look up howtos on the web that have worked for more than a decade, until systemd and similar projects obsoleted them for no compelling reason.
There is no OK in FaceboOK.
Have you tried using pulseaudio just for skype? like identifying which libraries gets used, put them in (folder), starting manually the pulseaudio daemon if there is one, and invoke skype from terminal prefixing it with LD_LIBRARY_PATH=(folder)?
Failing that, I had 32 bit skype in a chroot because the rest of the system was 64 it worked. One day it keep failing authorization, and then i got an email telling me i was using an outdated skype version. That must be the microsoft way.
Helpful? you kidding me? For example, what's a platform? Don't push your niche knowledge on the rest of us, nerdling.
They use radial coordinates to calculate the space needed for a reactor, because you gotta be taking radiation into account, of course.
Or maybe, once they were told the notorious E CAT mystery reactor was working, they dusted off some prototype and announced they are onto something too, the CAT is out the bag
You should recognize them easily too from the prominent OCP logo. And if somebody enters the PIN wrong three times, a belt comes out, imprisons the guy and zaps him dead.
a couple of years after Oracle assumed control of MySQL, people left in droves. Why? Because when it was open source it was better maintained, security flaws were patched faster and more often, etc.
It is not the best example, one could object that MySQL was bought to be eventually snuffed.
On the other hand this highlights the very problem with non-free software. All considerations, including security, are secondary to the corporation's mission. So, there needs to be free software no matter what, else security will get worse.
By not releasing the list they passed on a golden opportunity of spreading more disinformation, which is their bread and butter.
In good old times, secret services were not so damn lazy.
> the geeks, nerds, and dorks shall inherit the earth
Unless they discover how to spawn, given that there will be no chicks in sight.
If bash has been found vulnerable after being available in source the past 20 30 years, how likely is it to find probs in systemd? You trust a project with an unclear scope (it is clear, not officially so, though) to be better?