Re: Bad decisions (Score: 1)

by omoc@pipedot.org on 2014-06-11 19:48 (#21Z)

One of the many more factors for me is systemd. We go far away from any *NIX philosophy and just started breaking perfectly fine systems and merging all kinds of perfectly working projects to create a blob that interferes everywhere is now mandatory on almost all Linux systems. You even get binary logs, yay... all this just because originally someone wanted to boot a few seconds faster. If you go to OpenBSD, you'll be amazed how simple everything can be. Although it's getting better, it's in BSD land is where hardware support and commercial software is lacking the most right now
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