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Date:      Sat, 15 Feb 2020 21:01:06 +0100
From:      Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf@rocketmail.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Technological advantages over Linux
Message-ID:  <20200215210106.5a593e0a@archlinux>
In-Reply-To: <fde4cbec-efa0-de36-18f9-696e5cdfea3d@defert.com>
References:  <mailman.19358.1581761921.21074.freebsd-questions@freebsd.org> <fde4cbec-efa0-de36-18f9-696e5cdfea3d@defert.com>

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On Sat, 15 Feb 2020 12:23:37 +0100, Vincent DEFERT wrote:
>Simply stated, the behavior of a machine under the control of systemd
>is no longer predictable, you have to forget standards and RFCs and
>learn the systemd way.

That's wrong, you need to learn either to use workarounds to
outmanoeuvre unwanted systemd behaviour and/or to learn
how to set up systemd correctly the way you want it to behave. Systemd
doesn't declare RFCs null and void.

The most used Linux init system nowadays indeed makes a technological
difference between FreeBSD and Linux. It could be a valid reason to
prefer FreeBSD over Linux or vice versa.

Because it does make an important difference, it's very important to
mention real, important differences between the init processes that are
related to the original poster's use case. It's a pity that the
original poser didn't mention a use case.



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