@Alan Brown - Re: Creating problems that didn't need solving
Incidentally, it's NOT a huge monolithic process and can be understood _if_ you take the time to do so. [...]
The blind hate is unjustified. You might not want to use it on your single-user box and that's fine but in a large, complex, multiuser environment it's a different story. That said, it's far closer to an ideal startup sequencer than BSD or SysV were and _that_ is why it's not going to go away until something better comes along.
Firstly, it's not blind hate, but my personal experience and opinion, which I am entitled to.
Secondly, more importantly, do not make any assumptions about the environments I am in charge of or my willingness or ability to learn systemd. You can keep your Lennart-like attitude to yourself.