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Old 09-08-2014, 11:49 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by lems View Post
Christian Neukirchen prepared ignite which will switch Arch to runit and also get back the old rc.conf for configuring it. I don't know if he still uses Arch, as Void Linux now uses his work and switched from systemd to runit, and he also works on packages there. As for Void Linux: if you liked Arch, you might like VoidLinux. It uses xbps, which is a binary package manager similar to pacman.
I will be able to run "service httpd stop" again?
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I will be able to run "service httpd stop" again?
Well, it uses runit, and there you use sv. See this for a start.


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