is there a rationale for YP using sysvinit as default init manager?
Robert P. J. Day
don't get me wrong, i have no problem with that, but a colleague
asked me what the reason was for using sysvinit as the *default*. i
hemmed and hawed and suggested it was for simplicity and reliability,
and that a lot of embedded systems didn't need the flashy features of
systemd, and so on.
is there any short answer to give to that question?
Robert P. J. Day Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA