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Old 08-15-2012, 02:21 PM   #1
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LXer: Arch migrates to SystemD ..and gets a little-bit better Gnome support!

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Arch Linux is the fourth major Linux Distro after Fedora, Mageia and OpenSUSE that migrates to systemd as its Init System Manager. While systemd is not a dependency for Gnome, Gnome uses systemd-logind as a user login service in GDM with a fallback to Console-Kit when systemd is absent.Of course the benefits for Arch from SysV to systemd are much more than a better Gnome support!



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