On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 1:56 PM, Evandro Giovanini <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Em Ter, 2011-06-07 ąs 06:52 +0000, "Jóhann B. Gušmundsson" escreveu:
>> On 06/07/2011 02:23 AM, Evandro Giovanini wrote:
>> > Em Seg, 2011-06-06 ąs 11:08 +0000, "Jóhann B. Gušmundsson" escreveu:
>> >> I think it's time for the Gnome desktop team to revisit and review which
>> >> services are enabled by default on the livecd/usb and enable only those
>> >> that benefit the novice desktop end user.
>> >> Alot of services are enabled by default that are aimed at enterprise
>> >> users and to some extend enterprise hardware usages which would never be
>> >> used on a regular desktop/tablet/notebook pc like for example fcoe,
>> >> lldpad, iscsi, iscsid, mdmonitor etc. which administrators should enable
>> >> encase they use it in their enterprise environment.
>> >> A bit of discussion about this is happening in bug 707553
>> > I believe this problem is mostly fixed with the adoption of systemd,
>> > where services are started on-the-fly, as needed.
>> Systemd does not magically make all service start when needed.
>> There is a bit more work that needs to be done on the service and
>> application end to make that happen and last time I checked only few
>> services did so and certainly not all service will...
> Yes, these services and applications would have to be ported over to
> actually make use of systemd. Sorry I wasn't clear.
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