I demand that Manuel Reimer may or may not have written... [snip] > BTW: "systemd" is one of many init systems. I don't know why this system is > that special, that it deserves upstream integration. Especially as this > would just reflect the defaults of *one* distribution.
And we all know which one. > Another distribution most probably has other ways to configure plugins and > settings. So far as I'm concerned, systemd people wanting these files in systemd and *not* where they really belong is just plain... lock-in. Updating the file could be interesting, particularly if you need to update it so that you can do a new release – suddenly you're tied to their release schedule. What if releases are ‘carefully’ timed? Assuming that that actually is the case, of course; if not, then fine, no problem. I currently plan to stick with SysV and related tools regardless, though. -- | _ | Darren Salt, using Debian GNU/Linux (and Android) | ( ) | | X | ASCII Ribbon campaign against HTML e-mail | / \ | http://www.asciiribbon.org/ You can't antagonise and influence at the same time. _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr