I want to install Exherbo with systemd. After I added / systemd to options.conf and run the next command:
# cave resolve world -cx
I've got this:
How to resolve this problem?
on 02/10/2013 – Made popular on 02/10/2013
Yes, I have tried to install exherbo. I was not successful. I have two Gentoo installs (one on testing and one stable) and also have CRUX (both 2.8 and 3.0) running well. I was even able to install and update Sourcemage, so I think I almost know what I'm doing. IMO, exherbo is not "saner" than Gentoo. Gentoo has an awesome wiki, and an excellent and helpful forum.
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Hello, hopefully this is the right forum to ask this question...I am trying to install systemd-git from the AUR like I have done before without issue but when I try and do this today, I get a problem: the kernel panics. It says:(1/1) upgrading systemd-gitKernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init!
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Same with a Arch i686 on Virtualbox. Downgrade to previous systemd and systemd-sysvcompat resolve this.EDIT: reinstaller 196-2 I removed the shutdown hook from mkinitcpio.conf, regenerate initramfs, rebooted and kernel panic but when reboot using Machine > Reboot, Arch init ok, rebooted again and kernel panic.
Thomas Bächler wrote:
The base group now contains the systemd-sysvcompat package. This means that all new installations will boot with systemd by default.
As some packages still lack native systemd units, users can install the initscripts package and use the DAEMONS array in /etc/rc.conf to start services using the legacy rc.d scripts.
This change does not affect existing installations.