While roaming the internet I see a lot of hate and a lot of love for systemd. Both sides agree that SysV is not optimal for "desktop" systems and becomes a pain in the butt when it scales to very ...
Is there a way to determine which init system is being used in Linux? (such as sysvinit, upstart, systemd, etc.) I don't care if it can be programmatically determined, I just want to know how I can ...
I have to create a script that will mount my /usr folder as aufs. I compressed it using squashfs. I've managed to install a working systemd init in ubuntu which I am currently using. Because the ...
I know that this question has already got asked before, but it's pretty old and things have changed (probably). Already in 2009 the news rumbled, that Debian was going to switch to Upstart. You were ...
It appears systemd is the hot new init system on the block, same as Upstart was a few years ago. What are the pros/cons for each? Also, how does each compare to other init systems?