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    Question How to restore the SysV?

    Hi!
    Installed fedora 20 yesterday. I liked a lot of things in it, but I'd like to return the SysV.
    I do not want to argue about the advantages or disadvantages of the "SYSTEMD". Let everyone uses what he likes. I just accustomed to operate the "SysV". A "SYSTEMD" I would have deleted from a computer at all. I looked through a lot of information on the Internet, but could not find how to do it in Fedorа 20. I am not an expert on Linux, so I ask you not to overwhelm me a bunch of terms.
    Help me if you know how.
    Thank you.


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    Re: How to restore the SysV?

    Restoring SysV is well beyond your skill level or anyone else here as it would require altering and rebuilding a lot of packages.
    It would be easier to learn the new systemd commands.


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    Re: How to restore the SysV?

    I agree with leigh123linux in that it is probably too hard to back systemd out of Fedora.

    Perhaps get some other distribution which has not yet made the change and go with that. Debian has only just decided to make the change, and the current Centos which has the same basic layout as Fedora, might be to your liking.

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    Re: How to restore the SysV?

    I think that the only way to restore SysV is to install Slackware.

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    Re: How to restore the SysV?

    Currently Debian Wheezy uses SysV. But Debian has evaluated SysV against SystemD and is making the switch. Since Debian is downstream to Ubuntu, Ubuntu will be following suite.

    Good luck and try to forget what you know about sysV and that will help to make the learning cutover easier.
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    Re: How to restore the SysV?

    Use an older distro. By the time you really *need* to upgrade. I am sure systemd will be long dead and we will all be back using the SysV init again

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    Question Re: How to restore the SysV?

    Thank you all.
    I'm probably just a conservative.
    Try to realize that conceived in the existing conditions. Or try Ubuntu.

    ---------- Post added at 06:42 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:40 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by kpedersen
    Use an older distro. By the time you really *need* to upgrade. I am sure systemd will be long dead and we will all be back using the SysV init again
    Which distribution Fedora still support SysV?

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    Re: How to restore the SysV?

    Fedora 15 was the first to ship systemd AFAIK.

    Honestly for my dose of Linux, I am still keeping with Fedora 14 anyway until Gnome 3 is no longer the premier desktop environment so this systemd stuff hasn't really affected me.

    FreeBSD has a very robust rc startup system so if quick changing experimental projects like systemd make you feel uneasy, then perhaps give FreeBSD a go.

    Edit: Lol, why is my user agent saying I am running Windows 98 - 2000? Honestly I am not!

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    Re: How to restore the SysV?

    Quote Originally Posted by guvijur
    Which distribution Fedora still support SysV?
    Honestly, instead of using Fedora 14/15, use Debian.

    I would suggets CentOS/Scientific Linux 6.x, but they use upstart. If you do not mind upstart, try SL 6.x

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