Author: sawbona Date: To: Ludovic Bellière via Dng Subject: Re: [DNG] Fw: Ignorant question: What is the point of removing
systemd while keeping elogind?
On 9 Jan 2024 at 2:37, Ludovic Bellière via Dng wrote:
> ... nothing wrong with the concept behind systemd. No?
I beg to differ.
I've said it many times before: there is a lot of moolah behind
making systemd the "de-facto" init for the Linux ecosystem.
systemd is nothing but an MS registry for Linux and the main purpose
is to turn Linux into a MS type OS.
Just why do you think that MS came to "love" Linux?
And you *do* know who the author of that abortion of nature that is
systemd works today?
As posted by a commentard at ElReg with respect to systemd:
"... nothing but a developer sanctioned virus running inside the OS,
constantly changing and going deeper and deeper into the host with
every iteration and as a result, progressively putting an end to the
possibility of knowing/controlling what is going on inside your box
as it becomes more and more obscure."
" ... a putsch to eventually generate and then force a convergence of
Windows with or into Linux, which is obviously not good for Linux and
if unchecked, will be Linux's undoing."
*That* is the concept behind systemd.
There's nothing new there: it is the old MS embrace, extend, and
extinguish that has been going on for decades, only that now there's
active participation from MS/IBM/RH.
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