Devuan 2.0 Is a Debian Fork for Linux Users Who Want to Avoid systemd

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Linux.com - https://www.linux.com/news/devuan-20-debian-fork-linux-users-who-want-avoid-systemd

Devuan is a fork of Debian that eschews the Red Hat-developed systemd init system in favor of alternatives such as sysvinit, among others. Unlike the Mir vs. Wayland controversy, the use of systemd has impacted enterprise servers, which have highly customized init scripts that are challenging to reimplement for systemd-powered systems, or otherwise break across upgrades.

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