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I think SUSE and Debian will adopt it also, but Ubuntu will be a different story. On technical merit alone systemd wins hands down IMO.
I can't say I know the technical merits, but as I understand it launchd is supposed to do all this and has been open source for years. Isn't this sort of reinventing the wheel? It seems to me that if there is already a system out there for nix based systems to manage all this, shouldn't that be improved upon instead of creating something new? But it may be that these two do different things, I am not sure.
I think the explanation for that would be similar to this guy's thinking:
Design is very similar to Launchd but the implementation is certainly very different and takes advantage of a lot of Linux specific features like cgroups and SELinux and it has a few extras that launchd didn't have.
they improving it under different name, and it doesn't mean always reinventing the wheels, even reinventing isn't wrong either. first is sysvinit, then upstart, now systemd. if you give freedom to everyone doing anything under linux this is what happen for its good and bad.
I also think so.
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