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Posted: Oct 15, 2012 2:55:43 pm

New Arch installer use systemd as the default init.
Is it a good things for CTKArch or not ?
Will you follow this direction ? does it cause many problems ?
(systemd is a troll theme, generally too technical for me, but I like to have a CTKarch point of view)
Posted: Nov 09, 2012 7:35:01 am

I can't do anything but use systemd in the next version, since initscripts isn't offered as an alternative in the official repositories.

Unless any other init system is available in [core], there is no choice, because there is nothing else.
So I'll use it, otherwise ctkarch couldn't be updated with the arch repositories, if I need to fork on such fundamental things as the init. I decided I wouldn't fork, no matter what.
It's great at first, but then it's too much work. See Chakra.

It will probably slow down the boot from CD, I'm investigating this at the moment. Actually, ctkarch 0.8 would already be out, were it not for that whole systemd thing.
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