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I'm taking the RH administration classes and recently hit the systemd section. This has caused me to dig back into the rabbit hole of systemd vs upstart, and reminisce about what COULD have been. I used Upstart in various ubuntu distros on laptops for years, and in CentOS 6 and in various Chromebooks. I have never once had to think about it. I told it to start/stop whatever a service and it just works. I never had malformed unit files (provided by distro) causing services to fail to start. I never had it COMPLETELY LOSE TRACK of a service declaring it failed, when it's running, quite happily. I never had it randomly decide screw this, emergency mode is the only boot mode I'll allow until you fiddle, reboot 3 times, then cold boot twice while chanting "dear God let it come back up this time, there's nothing actually wrong with the system why won't it boot" It didn't decide to change the names of my network interfaces. It didn't decide to put itself into dependency hell, refusing to allow services to start or network volumes to mount for no apparent reason when if it'd decided to start them in a sane dependency order, everything would have just come up properly. It didn't try to do things it shouldn't: there were even FAQ pages where they said "nah, we're not going to bother doing that, the systems that do that work fine" It worked great, in systems written by the owner of its main competitor, for many many years until finally they were able to use their might in the community to kill it. So here's to Upstart: it worked, it didn't do stupid stuff, and I never really had to think about it. submitted by /u/pastorhack [link] [comments]

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If this violated the rules, please feel free to take down, and hopefully recommend a better spot. I'm using an old T420, running mint. It does just fine except the weight of lugging it around. I upgraded it to 16gb ram and put in a 1tb ssd a while back. The monitor is dimming a bit and it's age is definitely a concern. Been through many batteries and power adapters over the last few years. I'm looking for something light, thin, decent cores. Lots of people recommend getting a Mac, but hardware expensive and I read it doesn't properly cool and you can't get the potential out of the procs. Any recommendations appreciated. Doesn't have to be budget, but hoping for less than a Mac in costs. submitted by /u/jpastore [link] [comments]

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What is the best linux alternative similar to macOS? submitted by /u/ahmelf4 [link] [comments]

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I have a RX 480 (MSI GAMING X) on my main computer and it always worked wonderfully, I love this GPU a lot, but this love relationship is shaken. I decided to install linux on my main computer, but no distro works the way it should, not even the test versions. The only way for a distro to work is to use the "nomodeset" command in the boot configurations, or booting the system in recovery mode, but when I do this the system becomes extremely unstable and unusable. In other words, Linux only 'works' on my main computer when the AMD GPU drivers that are integrated with the Kernel are disabled. Well, I tried everything and I did not get a solution and I'm extremely annoyed because a piece of hardware that I have always liked is giving me a lot of headaches and made me give up the idea of ​​using Linux on my main computer. I'm afraid that I will limit myself to use Linux only in my notebook now, but still, has anyone gone through that? Is there a solution? submitted by /u/Pakatonobr [link] [comments]

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So I have installed GalliumOS onto my chromebook three times now and for some reason the linux partition becomes unavailable to sign in to but the SSD space is still being taken up. I was wondering if this has happened to anyone else and if there is a way to make it so I do not get locked out of my linux partition. submitted by /u/Quiickly [link] [comments]

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Hi, Please have some mercy.. I have tried myself for surely 12 hours now. I cant figure out how this works! I want to use a tool called ipmitool : https://github.com/ipmitool/ipmitool Its for changing some fan thresholds on my server (that has IPMI). Its driving me crazy because the server fans are insane loud and it can only be fixed with this tool. All guides point to when this tool was on sourceforge and was an easy "apt-get" command and then you can start running commands.. However this project is no longer on there and is now instead on github, the most newb-unfriendly place in the world. No guides, no wiki that I understand, no readme that starts from scratch.. Nothing.. I have almost no experience with ubuntu (which is needed to run this) but I have managed to get ubuntu on a VM and I know where the terminal is. I have extracted this download and I have went cd etc etc to the directory of these files from the github resource site. Please... HOW can I make this work so I can then start to run the ipmitool commands i have googled from this place: https://calvin.me/quick-how-to-decrease-ipmi-fan-threshold/ ​ Thank you so much for helping me!! submitted by /u/nimdjid [link] [comments]

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