1. C

    Init system

    I have found that Mx-linux uses a Sysvinit by default but also uses System D with the system only running or booting up with Sysvinit. what would be the reason for a linux system to run 2 different init systems?
  2. D

    systemd, journalctl, and suspend/resume (sleep/wake): marked by default in the logs? Or how to add? And scripting around suspend/resume in general?

    ( First of all, I'm not completely sure what the official terms are. I think it's "suspend"/"resume", with "sleep"/"wake" being synonyms (and I'm not sure if there are any other common synonyms). And there's other, related-but-different stuff, namely "hibernate", which is much more rarely used...
  3. R

    Why is systemd preferred for lightweight distributions.

    I would like to know why being systemd free is preferred by the distribution developers of lightweight OSes. While i do understand that init and systemd are both service intiators and in most of the article and research that i have read systemd is deemed as the better alternative and is being...
  4. C

    So say you out init 0 in your bashrc

    I'm currently in a class, and we are working on linux troubleshooting. On CentOS 6, the only local user is root, all other users are network users. Our most recent bug, is init 0 in root's bashrc. I know that this can be fixed via ssh, however, the instructor said that there are three ways to...