Long-time Slashdot reader jawtheshark writes:
In a recent Linux Kernel Mailing List post, Linux Torvalds finishes his mail with a little poke towards a certain init system. It is a very faint criticism, compared to his usual style. While Linus has no direct influence on the “choices” of distro maintainers, his opinion is usually valued.
In a discussion about how to set rlimit default values for setuid execs, Linus concluded his email by writing, “And yes, a large part of this may be that I no longer feel like I can trust “init” to do the sane thing. You all presumably know why.”
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