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Package: systemd
Version: 215-17

I just came across an issue with journald being unable to start up when snoopy is enabled that prevents a Jessie/systemd installation to boot up which i reported to upstream at .

This is to let you know about the issue. Maybe we need to stick a warning label somewhere. ;-)

best regards,


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I don't see the point of fixing wheezy right now,
specially because an eventual fix will need to go
in wheezy-bpo-sloppy anyway.

I pushed snoopt 2.3.1 in jessie-bpo.


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