Upstart or Systemd, which is better?

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Upstart or Systemd, which is better?

Post by LexMK » Thu May 24, 2012 7:52 pm

And also: would they work on LMDE?
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Re: Upstart or Systemd, which is better?

Post by jjaythomas » Thu May 24, 2012 9:23 pm

I Believe...

Upstart seems faster, But because it's a ubuntu project and won't work on all kernel(architectures) I don't think you can find it on debian. :?:

Systemmd I think is already built into the default debian system :?:

The "BFS' scheduler patch works on debian but I think needs to be compiled in kernel :?:

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Re: Upstart or Systemd, which is better?

Post by LexMK » Fri May 25, 2012 8:23 am

jjaythomas wrote:I Believe...

Upstart seems faster, But because it's a ubuntu project and won't work on all kernel(architectures) I don't think you can find it on debian. :?:

Systemmd I think is already built into the default debian system :?:

The "BFS' scheduler patch works on debian but I think needs to be compiled in kernel :?:

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LMDE's default is Sysvinit. Would Upstart work with the AMD64 kernel?
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Re: Upstart or Systemd, which is better?

Post by jjaythomas » Sat May 26, 2012 2:14 am

Upstart works on AMD64 (thats Kernel/archeticure Ubuntu supports.
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I never found a debiain package or tried compiling :(

Please let me know if found and installs. Exspecially let know if seem faster boot! :mrgreen:

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Re: Upstart or Systemd, which is better?

Post by LexMK » Sat May 26, 2012 9:59 am

jjaythomas wrote:Upstart works on AMD64 (thats Kernel/archeticure Ubuntu supports.
But
I never found a debiain package or tried compiling :(

Please let me know if found and installs. Exspecially let know if seem faster boot! :mrgreen:

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Just tried Upstart. My computer seems a bit faster and a little more responsive than before.
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Re: Upstart or Systemd, which is better?

Post by jjaythomas » Sat May 26, 2012 1:05 pm

My Bad :oops:

Didn,t relize upstart's right in the debian repos :oops: :oops: :oops:

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P.S. Maybe Shuttleworth got it put their (he's a major(?) contributer to debian) :o

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Re: Upstart or Systemd, which is better?

Post by LexMK » Sat May 26, 2012 2:12 pm

Maybe it could be used as default in LMDE, it is good enough.
Should be suggested as idea in the Community.
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