@el_koraco: Thanks for the helpful reply. I'm really glad to hear from somebody who's tried to go pure systemd. For now, I'm thinking I'll stick with crunchbang minus systemd, as I just got here from Arch, which has been running systemd by default for several months. I really like Arch's implementation, as do many Arch users, though it isn't unanimously popular.
hi I have several packages that allow one to run arch without systemd, ( that is without having to install the entire systemd binary package ) they include udev, dbus, and quite a few others, this post is to determine if there is interest in running arch without systemd ( or is everyone just happy ?
Hi,I carefully updated to systemd but I cannot boot now.1) It wrote me: "Cannot find /sbin/init". Solved, I added "init=/bin/systemd" to kernel line in grub.Now it writes me "Cannot find systemd". Reason is that /bin/systemd is symlink to /usr/lib/systemd/systemd and my /usr is on separate partition which is not mounted at that moment.Thanks for any help.Blaazen
jasonwryan wrote:mibadt wrote:* Why did my system became sluggish?* Am I already on systemd?* Should I transfer to systemd now?* Fix KDE correct local time display1. Who knows, you have provided no information that would help you, or anyone else, diagnose the issue.2. Not unless you have consciously switched over.3. That's a decision only you can make.Moving to Newbie Corner...1.
It’s been some four months since I’m not using my favorite Distro (Arch Linux), I’m now using Debian.
All started because I’ve made some changes to my Arch Linux computer, and it stopped working, I needed something to work, and because the installation process of Arch Linux is not that easy or at least not that fast, I decided to go with Debian.