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Apr
28
accepted Using mate desktop without systemd
Apr
27
comment Using mate desktop without systemd
I have already installed systemd-shim, and systemd-sysv is not installed. I wanted to remove systemd to free up some space but it seems it is not possible. Thanks for the useful information.
Apr
27
asked Using mate desktop without systemd
Apr
27
comment if I upgrade from Debian Wheezy (7.x) to Jessie (8.x), will systemd run by default?
"some packages may have degraded behavior or may be lacking features under a non-default init system.": I am not sure I understand this. As far as I understand, the init system has the role of starting, stopping and monitoring processes. Other packages should be passive entities that are controlled by the init system. So, how can the behaviour of certain packages degrade when you switch the init system? What am I missing?
Feb
4
accepted cabal update causes segmentation fault on FreeBSD 10.2
Jan
27
comment cabal update causes segmentation fault on FreeBSD 10.2
@RaphaelAhrens: Thanks for the hint. The problem was probably related to this bug. I had indeed chosen LLVM support. I have rebuilt everything and now it works.
Jan
23
asked cabal update causes segmentation fault on FreeBSD 10.2
Jan
4
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
23
comment Completely remove remains of sysvinit
"I'm not sure why you want to get rid of the last traces of sysvinit but I would say it's not time yet": Is the long term plan to get rid of sysvinit completely? I would prefer to be able to choose between a configuration using only systemd and one using only sysvinit. In the same way as I can switch between gnome, mate, kde, and so on. Is this technically feasible? Is it planned?
Nov
9
comment TCP/IP routes when using multiple DHCP servers
@wurtel: Thanks a lot: searching for "policy based routing for linux" gave lots of hits.
Nov
7
asked TCP/IP routes when using multiple DHCP servers
Nov
2
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
2
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
26
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
3
revised Emacs and gvim display no content on FreeBSD 10.2
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Sep
1
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
29
comment Emacs and gvim display no content on FreeBSD 10.2
The black background I talk about in the question comes from my .emacs file.
Aug
29
comment Emacs and gvim display no content on FreeBSD 10.2
@jimmij: Yes. Now the background is white but I cannot see what I type in the editor. If I move the window, the content is shown. As soon as I move the cursor over a line of text, the line disappears (becomes white).
Aug
29
revised Emacs and gvim display no content on FreeBSD 10.2
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Aug
29
asked Emacs and gvim display no content on FreeBSD 10.2