The Story Behind ‘init’ and ‘systemd’: Why ‘init’ Needed to be Replaced with ‘systemd’ in Linux

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53 Responses

  1. WhatConnor says:

    easy extensible startup script row? what drugs are you on?
    have you ever written a service script for either daemons?

  2. Aman Raj says:

    Nice article brief and informative .
    Thanks , keep posting the similar things

  3. Reddy says:

    Excellent Article

  4. Lawrence says:

    Why no one start something to opposite it and use init instead. I’m new to Linux but I agree with the term no broken don’t fix it. In fact a lot of people will be able to have a stable and effective system if the system stop changing dramatically.

    More contributors and newcomer like myself would enjoy Linux centos more. Please don’t end up like ms window os.

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