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Re: [trinity-users] systemd-homed - new thread

From: "BorgLabs - Kate Draven" <borglabs4@...>
Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2020 13:44:39 -0400
On Monday 14 September 2020, William Morder via tde-users wrote:
> >From Nik's previous post:
> This systemd crap is already bad enough, but homed will eventually work its
> way into other stuff beyond systemd, and then will become hard to avoid.
> It *sounds* good, being able to move home directories from one machine to
> another without so much fuss; but I already do that, pretty much, with only
> a little fuss.
> My suspicion is that somebody's mother is now trying to impose conformity
> on everybody, not just myself, to do our thinking for us; because, of
> course, it is for our own good.
> They are trying to get rid of a headache by giving us nightmares instead.
> Bill
> P.S. Note that I alone am sticking to the discipline of creating a
> completely new thread.
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I don't understand why this is even needed?! I can already move home 
directories without a problem. Been doing it for years. I just make sure to 
use the same user on the same distro, same etc. Works perfectly.
Or I save key settings (konq bookmarks, FF bms, etc) it's so easy after that 
to just retheme to spec.

There's something suspcious about systemd, especially the way they are pushing 
it on everyone. Whatever happened to freedom on free software?