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Why is systemd so hated and loved through the unix community? [closed]

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 ...
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Replacing Upstart with Sysvinit in Wheezy results in error

I have a Debian Wheezy server with upstart installed. I removed upstart and replaced it with sysvinit, which resulted in the following error: apt-get install --reinstall sysvinit Reading package ...
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How to determine which init system is used? [duplicate]

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 ...
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logrotate custom “rotate” action equivalent for upstart?

In lots of online posts regarding how to rotate your iptables log files, for example here rsyslog config files get reloaded by the postrotate option of logrotate, presumably in order to stop rsyslog ...
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Why are there both, an Upstart script and an init.d script, for several daemons? [closed]

I am running Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS and installed several services like Samba, DHCP server, ... I receive the following warning when I run "halt now", "telinit 6" or similar: Since the script you are ...
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Cannot get rc.local to automatically run at all

so I've been trying to get the /etc/rc.local script to run, and for the life of me, nothing seems to work. I can run it manually by using service rc.local start, and it just echos 'hi' to a file in my ...
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What's the status of Upstart on Debian? [closed]

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 ...