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Examples of "systemd"
OpenRC was started in June 2014 as a version of Manjaro that omits systemd. Robert Storey of DistroWatch noted, "Manjaro OpenRC is mostly systemd free - it uses ConsoleKit2 instead of logind, and eudev instead of systemd-udev. However, it bundles some of the systemd libraries in a eudev-systemdcompat package, mostly due to how Arch packages systemd."
gummiboot is an open-source boot loader, now the systemd-boot component of systemd.
In the interest of enhancing the interoperability between systemd and the GNOME desktop environment, systemd coauthor Lennart Poettering asked the GNOME Project to consider making systemd an external dependency of GNOME 3.2.
The developers of systemd aimed to replace the Linux init system inherited from UNIX System V and Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) operating systems. Like init, systemd is a daemon that manages other daemons. All daemons, including systemd, are background processes. Systemd is the first daemon to start (during booting) and the last daemon to terminate (during shutdown).
In May 2011 Lennart Poettering proposed systemd as a GNOME dependency. As systemd is available only on Linux, the proposal led to a discussion of possibly dropping support for other platforms in future GNOME releases. Since GNOME 3.2 multiseat support has been only available on systems using systemd. In November 2012 the GNOME release team concluded that systemd can be relied upon for non-basic functionality.
In Linux distributions that use systemd, readahead binary (as part of the boot sequence) is replaced by systemd-readahead. However, support for readahead was removed from systemd in its version 219, being described as unmaintained and unable to provide expected performance benefits.
Container Linux uses ebuild scripts from Gentoo Linux for automated compilation of its system components, and uses systemd as its primary init system with tight integration between systemd and various Container Linux's internal mechanisms.
Poettering describes systemd development as "never finished, never complete, but tracking progress of technology". In May 2014, Poettering further defined systemd as aiming to unify "pointless differences between distributions", by providing the following three general functions:
Several replacement init implementations have been created, attempting to address design limitations in the standard versions. These include launchd, the Service Management Facility, systemd and Upstart; , systemd has been adopted by several major Linux distributions although it remains controversial.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 introduces a new network naming scheme as part of systemd.
As of March, 2016, SLiM seems to be abandoned. It is not fully compatible with systemd.
Lately dracut gained the ability to use systemd as process 1 in the initramfs.
Version 1.16.0 integrates support for systemd-based launching and management which improved boot performance and reliability.
Lennart Poettering and Kay Sievers started the project to develop systemd in 2010.
In August 2015 systemd started providing a login shell, callable via machinectl shell.
The design of systemd has ignited controversy within the free-software community. Critics regard systemd as overly complex and suffering from continued feature creep; they claim that its architecture violates the design principles of Unix-like operating systems. There is also concern that it forms a system of interlocked dependencies, thereby giving distribution maintainers little choice but to adopt systemd as more user-space software come to depend on its components.
GNOME has further integrated . As of Mutter version 3.13.2, is a dependency for Wayland sessions. There are plans to replace gnome-session with systemd, but systemd would "not" be running as PID 1 and gnome-session would remain available on non-Linux systems. Since systemd supports only Linux and cannot be easily ported to other operating systems due to the heavy use of Linux kernel APIs, there is a need to offer compatible APIs on other operating systems such as OpenBSD.
An open-source implementation is available, based on the udev mechanism now present in systemd.
In May 2011 Fedora became the first major Linux distribution to enable systemd by default.
There is support for systemd, Wayland, Hybris, and other current FOSS software.