mrmazda at earthlink.net
Fri Feb 21 23:45:02 UTC 2014
On 2014-02-22 00:16 (GMT+0100) Ralf Mardorf composed:
> Then even Debian isn't the distro you should use. Use a distro that made
> the transition to systemd around two years ago, resp. a distro that at
> least nowadays use systemd by default.
As usual for bleeding edge/alpha-stage technology adoption, Fedora led the
way with/for systemd.
> Debian's systemd seems to be some
> kind of hybrid that tries to keep some compatibility to
Sysvinit compatibility matters WRT activities dependent on legacy devices
from manufacturers that no longer exist to provide new or updated
systemd-compatible installation and/or maintenance packages.
>AFAIK e.g. by keeping naming e.g. eth0 instead of
> changing it to enp3s0.
I don't recall systemd having any direct relationship to predictable
interface names. Those who wish to keep eth0 eth0 have to option to do so
with or without systemd.
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