LXer: Ubuntu and Fedora Replace init with Upstart
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The venerable Linux init system is not up to the job of managing modern dynamic hardware and processes; if a device is not present at boot, then init cannot control it. Upstart is hotplug-aware, and first appeared as an init replacement in Ubuntu, and now Fedora has adopted it. It runs alongside init for a comfortable transition; Juliet Kemp gives us a guided tour in this two-part series.
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