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Old 07-28-2019, 02:02 PM   #16
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I'm no longer seeing your point in this thread. You were told why the files are there, you were shown how to run the system without systemd, there are plenty of distros that do not use it, but may include those empty files/folders. Use it or don't use it, but ranting and having a digital tantrum will not change anything.
The point is:

Is it possible to modify antiX post installation script to get rid automatically of such systemd garbage or even better avoid to use Debian src packages which bring such garbage in antiX?

But maybe due to my poor english no one has not yet answered.
 
Old 07-28-2019, 05:11 PM   #17
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The point is:

Is it possible to modify antiX post installation script to get rid automatically of such systemd garbage or even better avoid to use Debian src packages which bring such garbage in antiX?

But maybe due to my poor english no one has not yet answered.
Use the locate command to rip out what you wish already and then you can be done with complaining about it. If it don't boot. Oh well. You sound like tinkerer like me.

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locate systemd
Unfortunately. Being a admin on AntiX forums. I will probably see you complaining again about not being able to install something with systemd as a dependency. Forum is chock full of those kind posts already.

Wound up like a 2 dollar watch over some useless cruft needed to install some packages. Still on the fence here if should just just ignore this type of linux user. Last post

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This is a forum for every one not only for GNU/Linux gurus it's better to explain that the file shown is stored in /etc/apt/preferences.d/

cat /etc/apt/preferencens.d/00systemd
Package: *systemd*
Pin: origin ""
Pin-Priority: -1

and it's useless if there's still systemd garbage in the system.
This garbage is keep using Debian src package cause as we have seen previously ufw source doesn't contain that garbage included cause inserted instead by Debian in its src package.

At this point it's better to let Debian sink hanged to systemd.
IMHO
aint too encouraging . Being a small team. Time is limited on what I will pay attention to anymore. I did not explain myself because of time limitations. Being who you are.

I see the hall monitor come out and point out my failing.
So no need to explain myself.

IMHO

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