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Old 11-06-2013, 04:32 AM   #91
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Originally Posted by kikinovak View Post
No. "General" is something different. "General" means something like "I have a technical question but I don't quite know where to post it". Whereas "Le Bistrot" is more in the line of "let's all lean back, have a virtual beer, and here's a silly thought that crossed my mind".
There is both General and Linux-General (this is what i believe you meant) on LQ.
Old 11-06-2013, 04:33 AM   #92
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IMO better to move them to /dev/null.
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Old 11-23-2013, 01:08 PM   #93
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I work with systemd on Gentoo, but it was certainly not easy to get it all working.
First I had problems with wicd, after that was solved I had still no sound as user, only as root...
After lots of searching on forums, howto's etc... I got finally pulseaudio working properly.
Then there were issues with sound on firefox, and that could be resolved by adding/creating asound.conf to /etc witch should not be necessary when reading the how-to on Gentoo...
Finally on the end, everything is working, and indeed: systemd boots much faster than with init scripts.
You have to re-learn a lot about the booting process, but on the end I found it worth the trouble.
Of course: rcinit is good and clear; when you're happy with it, stay there! I would never say people have to try out, but:

Big changes generate by many people aversion. Think back to the first start of kde4... or when HAL was replaced... or when grub2 came... etc,etc, etc...



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