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Comment: Re:Lennart Poetterings rebuttal (Score 1) 212

by phantomfive (#47813455) Attached to: You Got Your Windows In My Linux
Using a little logic, there's enough there that you should be able to understand. To pick some examples:

Myth: systemd is difficult.
This also is entire non-sense.......systemd certainly comes with a learning curve.

Myth: systemd is a project.
yes, we host our stuff at []

Myth: systemd is not UNIX.
There's certainly some truth in that.

Myth: systemd is complex.
There's certainly some truth in that.

Myth: systemd is a feature creep.
Well, systemd certainly covers more ground that it used to......

Comment: Re:What's wrong with Windows Server? (Score 1) 212

by phantomfive (#47813405) Attached to: You Got Your Windows In My Linux

It completely goes against the core principles of UNIX in general. Do one thing, and do it damn well. Make it interoperable with other processes. Log to text. Configure with text.

I would add that the main problem they seem to be solving is slow bootup times, which are slow because you can't run startup processes in parallel.

It seems like that problem would be most simply solved by creating a command line tool called 'parallel' that lets you run several commands in parallel, and then returns when it is done. Something like 'parallel cmd1 cmd2 cmd3.'

Obviously it could be more complex than that, but it wouldn't need to be much more complex. Most of the other problems with init could be solved with similar simplicity.

Comment: Re:unfair policy (Score 1) 281

by phantomfive (#47808177) Attached to: Study: Antarctic Sea-Level Rising Faster Than Global Rate
I don't know, the survey isn't very good, and doesn't ask that would help understand what they are thinking. Of course we can guess. As I mentioned previously, maybe they accidentally pressed the wrong button. Or possibly they think the measurement methods we have aren't accurate enough to measure the temperature to that degree of precision. Or perhaps they think the heat-island effect has been improperly accounted for, as urban environments grow and lands become irrigated, etc.

These are all speculations, I don't have any insight into what the 3% are thinking.

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