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Old 05-14-2015, 06:31 AM   #1
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LXer: Linux Mint expects to switch to systemd next year

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Despite recent reports suggesting the contrary, Linux Mint isnít committed to avoiding systemd, the controversial project taking Linux by storm. In fact, Clement Lefebvre, Linux Mintís project leader, expects the next major releases of Linux Mint to use systemd by default.No, Linux Mint isnít switching to systemd immediately. The Linux Mint 17.x series and Linux Mint Debian Edition 2 will continue to use Upstart and SysV init, with systemd available as an option you can choose yourself.



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