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Replacing init with Upstart

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And I didn't even know I needed a replacement for init...
Upstart is designed to be a replacement for System V Init (sysvinit), with a different purpose than other init replacements that have been developed. The problem that has been facing us as we've attempted to make things "just work" in Ubuntu is that modern desktop computers and servers are very different beasts from those in use ten years ago.
 read more | score:7470 | -Ray, October 5, 2006
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