[Assist] Some packages are incompatible with your-initfreedom

Xavier B. somenxavier at posteo.net
Wed Aug 8 16:53:30 BST 2018

> Freemor freemor at freemor.ca
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> On Fri, Aug 03, 2018 at 11:10:03AM +0200, Xavier B. wrote:
> > So what's the solution on that?
> To Fix this and move fully onto Lukeshu's work you'd need to
> uninstall your-initfreedom
> make sure you are using the newer systemd-dummy 1-1
> install libsystemd, notsystemd-common, systemd-libsystemd
> I know from the names that seems like your adding a lot of "systemd". But
> Lukeshu has done some major work to split system tools/libs that systemd has
> laid claim to out of systemd proper. Your init system will still be fully
> openrc/runit 
> You may have to mess with the order of the steps a bit. I did then over time as
> lukeshu was making the changes. 

So, we have to update the wiki, haven't we?

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