Author Topic: (SOLVED) systemd systemd-sysv and live-config and sysvinit  (Read 6622 times)

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Re: Feasible to think everyone is online when installing VSIDO?
« Reply #15 on: June 27, 2015, 04:14:14 AM »
As far as removing some apps, what doesn't work with the change to systemd? Ceni appears to be broken, d-feet wasn't working, I don't know about bum, disk manager still works though; any other utilities deprecated now? I don't see a reason to have the tea text editor installed - does it do something special medit can't?

Just saw this part of your response, I have a feeling it may have been a late edit ... all good questions. Ceni is going to stay for the short term, I am hoping for a solution from that team.  If not there is always wicd. d-feet is still broken and will be removed (a very sad loss for me personally) tea is now gone because it was demanding 52 MiB of qt5 shit to update and that is just unacceptable ... bum and disk manager are still fine

I will continue to glean what is no longer usable, thanks for these reminders
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This release of ceni has corrected the issues we have seen

I will package this with the next release of the ISO
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Re: (SOLVED) systemd systemd-sysv and live-config and sysvinit
« Reply #17 on: November 23, 2015, 02:31:06 AM »
This has been resolved by installing live-config-systemd which removed live-config-sysvinit and due to that I could remove every bit of sysvinit and install systemd-sysv.

The latest ISO's are now systemd only
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