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[arch-announce] Final sysvinit deprecation warning


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Tom Gundersen wrote:

As previously announced, `initscripts` are no longer receiving any testing and

support has been dropped from various packages. Any users still using them

should switch to `systemd`.

 

`initscripts`, `sysvinit` and the various `rc` scripts are being removed from

the repositories to avoid any confusion about their status.

 

URL: https://www.archlinux.org/news/final-sysvinit-deprecation-warning/

 

Wondering if this is where my SAMBA issue came from, believe I am still running SAMBA via init especially considering the error I got in webmin about /etc/rc.d/samba ? Hmmmmmmmm

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Run

 

Show the status of a unit, including whether it is running or not:

$ systemctl status <unit>

 

 

for these units

 

 

samba

smbd.service

nmbd.service

winbindd.service

 

File and print services for Microsoft Windows clients.

 

an it will tell you if they are running on systemd.

 

https://wiki.archlin...hp/Daemons_List

 

https://wiki.archlin...systemctl_usage

 

Posted from my did not have to reinstal Arch 64 :harhar:

Edited by abarbarian
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Stone the crows !!! You mean I actually gave someone some useful info. Phew I'll have to sit down and have a cup of tea :breakfast: Tea is very good for shock don't you know.

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VERY Useful info Abarbarian. Thanks for pointing that out. Sometimes the obvious is not so obvious. And I have learned A LOT more than this from you while here at BATL. THanks my friend. :)

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