On a side note, what is with all the hate for Pottering? Really, he is a brilliant guy who has contributed a ton to making linux on the desktop usable.
And I'm switching to Slackware
I think I can safely sum up the criticism in this thread:
"It's bad because I say so."
I have used it for some time and I can only critisize:
1. When some service hangs on shutdown systemd waits unnecessary long before killing it. And after systemd has been updated it sometimes didn't shut down the PC correctly anymore. But I think that hasn't happened for some time now.
2. systemd needs more service files...
Last edited by ChrisXY; 08-14-2012 at 05:27 PM.
So what makes systemd so awesome?