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Old 07-06-2011, 03:58 PM   #1
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...I'm sounding like an old fart here...but I hate systemd

Any tutorials that can help me learn?

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Hi, I'd say this is quite comprehensive documentation...

Systemd is new, so don't expect any magic tutorials yet However, quick setup/intro reading is on gentoo and arch wikis.

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systemd seems to want to break linux

I noticed that systemd is bringing up "/usr appears to be on a different filesystem than /. This is not supported anymore. Some things will probably break (sometimes even silently) in mysterious ways"
How do you now build a secure server with /usr mounted as read only? I always attack a new upgrade across my lan to see how secure it is. Systemd seems as safe as drawing a chalk line around your network. It needs a lot of major work before it is used in a traditional linux enviorement.
Just my 2c worth.


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