Why I’m Afraid of Systemd

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Over the last two
months or so it’s become apparent that systemd is taking over the Linux world. Starting
with openSUSE and moving steadily through Fedora, Debian, Arch, RHEL, CoreOS,
and even Ubuntu, systemd has taken over the Linux initialization process,
slowly replacing sysvinit (or Upstart) as new versions of distributions become
available, with one of the only hold-outs being Gentoo,…