[lfs-dev] Thoughts about LFS and systemd
thomas at linuxfromscratch.org
Sun Mar 30 13:46:40 PDT 2014
Am Sonntag, den 30.03.2014, 12:33 +0200 schrieb Thierry Nuttens:
> I thing its a very good idea to go for a possibility to choose between
> systemd and SySV. Simply because, it's an endless debate, peoples are for
> SySV or for systemD, both parties are convinced by they choice.
That is for sure true for the phase of building a LFS system but I
cannot see a benefit in having both systems installed in the final OS.
It is not clear to me why I would want to boot once using sysv and once
using systemd. BLFS packages do either use systemd or not, depending in
which environment they are built but I hardly believe that they do it as
a runtime choice.
Can you give me a hint why I should have both on the machine at the same
time? Or did I misunderstood the whole discussion?
> For dbus, with the kdbus module coming slowly in the stable branch of the
> kernel, they is a chance that we will be able to skip it in the future the
> need of dbus in a systemd LFS.
> By the way, I would like to congratulate for your superbe job on LFS/ BLFS.
> keep going.
Very very true! I'd like to have more spare time to contribute a bit
more to the (B)LFS project.
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