It turns out the issue I described a few messages back can now be overcome by
with a special fstab option, x-systemd.automount, which correctly satisfies
the dependencies involved in mounting /home on /var/www with systemd. Latest
information can be helpful, even if you have to dig for it in systemd.mount(5)
So, I'll trod on now with CentOS 8 for now on the new host, at least if quotas and everthing else Virtualmin still work correctly, but I'm still
no fan of systemd and will be setting up another VM for testing alternatives.
So, I'll trod on now with CentOS 8 for now on the new host, at least if quotas and everthing else Virtualmin still work correctly, but I'm
still no fan of systemd and will be setting up another VM for testing alternatives.
I highly recommend Devuan. Debian without systemd (I use sysvinit).
I use it for my laptop, desktop, and my up-and-coming MBSE system.
I prefer the netinstall setup; I normally don't use the "kitchen sink" setup when installing Linux.
Sounds interesting. I'll have to setup a VM to check it out, as I've
been hearing good things about it lately. It's been awhile since
I've used a Debian based system, so aptitude is probably
much different now. Everything systemd related that I've
ever encountered using Archlinux has never given me any
issues. When it first came around I was skeptical as well,
but seriously.. no issues at all and was a smooth
transition, and setting up services is just as easy as
writing a sysvinit script.
I do this with Arch also. It's a little bit of manual labor
for a better system, imo.
And to stay on topic, I haven't installed MBSE for a few years
(probably more, but it's hard to count in BBS years these days).. Was there any major updates? Or just mainly bug fixes?
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