Here's the one word rebuttal: Circumcision
> Danger: systemd marketing droid detected
Oh, fuck off. Seriously, just fuck off.
(People are getting real value out of systemd vs. $whatever. It's fine if you don't perceive that value and you are free to articulate those concerns, but don't immediately accuse happy users of being shills, please.)
when you're right, you're right.
So you don't have bash installed. I'm fucking AMAZED that your bash isn't exploitable!
You gotta be fucking kidding.
You've just said what "init" doesn't do -- which btw, I'm well aware of -- I was merely preempting some responses I've seen in the past. Tell us which single thing it does do well.
So what particular one thing does SysV init do well in your opinion? I honestly can't think of a single thing. It's crappy at managing services, it's crappy at running shell scripts (as witness by the non-standardness of init.d scripts), it's shit at managing running services with interdependencies (inittab), it's shit at dynamically reconfiguring systems (e.g. network reconfiguration for Wifi.), etc. etc.
There's a reason alternatives were created, y'know.
Dark matter conerns the "missing" (i.e. never observed directly) mass in the universe, which has despite its "invisibility" been observed indirectly; for example look up Bullet Cluster on Wikipedia.
Dark energy concerns what it is that is causing the expansion of space-time (and consequently) the universe itself.
It it... LETTER?
That would be so hot!
Not being an expert in the field, I cannot vouch for its accuracy.
Oh, please. A modern Linux distro actually needs to provide hotplug that actually works, a tear-free desktop experience, reliable service termination/startup/restarts, etc.
Stop living in the past.
At least it'll be moving past X11 in a year or two
Lesson Being: Digitize that shit as soon as possible and just keep enough backups with enough ECCs to keep transferring those digital copies perfectly to new media.
Try it again. Seriously.
"Herd immunity" isn't an argument for you getting the vaccine for your children (those arguments are already plain) -- it's an argument against you being able to opt out of the vaccine for your children (barring medical reasons such as allergy to the vaccine).