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Knoppix decides to abandon 'systemd'...

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Knoppix 8.6 first wide public release to abandon systemd - TechRepublic

I think I will go back to Knoppix. It, along with Debian 6.0.x, were the two most stable OSes I have ever come across...
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who cares!
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Originally Posted by dodona
who cares!
I, for one, care as I am not a huge fan of systemd,

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