On Tue, 21 Nov 2017 17:11:34 +0000 (UTC)
> I would preffer to run the script for relinking kernel from > time to time manually, and not run it at boot time. The same > for reordering libraries. > Why exactly? If you shutdown straight away and the relinking works next time then the window of investigating your gadget layout is as insignificant as it can be. Doing it another way only increases that risk. > I also avoid to start deamons at boot time that I not need > at the moment. See it as the opposite of the systemd ideology. Fair enough but doesn't apply here. Systemd sacrifices in many usability areas for boot speed which is rarely faster (propaganda to get support?) especially with concurrency on HDD (single head arm). I don't see an issue with relinking that decreases boot speed slightly but may SAVE YOUR BUTT, when you least expect it to. The script is in /usr/libexec if you must but to quote Theo to me a number of times. "You own the pieces" Remember, any issues with the current system like xenodm being held up will be maintained and personally I don't see the benefit?