A benefit of running an alternate init in Debian Jessie
Posted: Sun, 16 November 2014 | permalink | 1 Comment
If you’re someone who doesn’t like Debian’s policy of automatically starting
on install (or its heinous cousin, the
ENABLE variable in
/etc/default/<service>), then running an init system other than systemd
should work out nicely.
systemd should respect whatever policy is defined for invoke-rc.d. I am pretty sure that’s the intended behavior. If it doesn’t do that for you, please report a bug.
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