systemd-nspawn to boot a container of Debian Unstable. The host system was Debian Jessie.
systemctl shows the container has a failed service,
cgmanager on the host did not help, despite running a
If I ask
apt-get about removing
cgmanager from the container, it says to remove
systemd-shim and install
systemd-shim was the preferred alternative.
$ aptitude why cgmanager i systemd Recommends libpam-systemd i A libpam-systemd Depends systemd-shim (>= 10-3~) | systemd-sysv i A systemd-shim Depends cgmanager (>= 0.32)
- What specifically does
libpam-systemddepend on, which can be provided by either one of
systemd-sysv?? The description for
systemd-sysvonly says it has "manual pages and links needed for systemd to replace sysvinit".
- Why does the
- If I switched it so I hadn't indirectly installed
cgmanager, am I going to be losing any expected functionality?