DEVUAN, Debian without systemd


Devuan is a fork of the Debian Linux distribution that started in November 2014. Its stated first goal is to provide a distribution without the systemd init daemon installed by default. The Debian 8 Jessie release has caused polarization amongst Debian developers and users, due to the project’s adoption of systemd as the default init replacement.


Devuan does provide systemd, but it is not the default init system.


Arguments against systemd




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