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Month: November 2014

Re: [trinity-users] Off-topic: systemd

From: Greg Madden <gomadtroll@...>
Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2014 16:00:58 -0900
On Wednesday 19 November 2014 02:27:35 you wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, 19. November 2014 schrieb Steven D'Aprano:
> > I know this is off-topic, but some people have expressed extremely
> > strong opinions about systemd. I haven't been following all the
> > posts on that, so I hope this doesn't duplicate what has already
> > been said, but here is an article by the author of an alternative
> > to systemd, "uselessd".
> >
> >
> Yep. And the GR poll results in systemd. Well, my migration to
> FreeBSD is nearly done, it's a pitty thatTDE is not available there.
> On the other hand, this gives me motivation to get TDE running on BSD
> :-)
> Nik
Debian stable user.

I  always test options. I have vm's of PCBSD is very usable 
desktop, pre-configured. FreeBSD 10.1, takes time to configure it all, 
both have most of the apps I use in GNU/Linux.

It seems these two  BSD's have Gnome2 available..not going to Gnome3, 
the latest KDE4 is included though. Other WM's are available...I use 
Windowmaker when I first load something new.

Open Indiana, Illumos kernel/userland, is a continuation of Open 
Solaris, not as well supported as a desktop...lots of features though. 
Has KDE3.5 available

My main app is kdepim. Other office apps are more DE agnostic. 

I will probably run Debian (Wheezy LTS) and TDE for a few more years. In 
my tests of Jessie and TDE  I did not even notice what init system was 
installed, all working fine though.