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#1 2020-02-01 19:54:21

Head_on_a_Stick
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systemE: a lightweight systemd replacement written in Emacs lisp

Thought this might amuse some people here:

Using the tooling in this repo, I am able to boot from linux to sinit as PID1, and from there to Emacs acting as PID2 using --script mode, performing all typical rc.boot system initialization using Emacs lisp until we hit the getty.

https://github.com/a-schaefers/systemE


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#2 2020-02-01 23:03:05

yeti
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Re: systemE: a lightweight systemd replacement written in Emacs lisp

\o/
It should be written in org/babel/noweb.
;-D


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#3 2020-02-03 05:35:07

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Re: systemE: a lightweight systemd replacement written in Emacs lisp

Init system: check

Text editor: not yet (again)

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#4 2020-02-03 06:28:21

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Re: systemE: a lightweight systemd replacement written in Emacs lisp

ToxicExMachina wrote:

Text editor: not yet (again)

The editor is fine!
Especially LP & RR with Org/Babel is fun. \o/

Ok. If I could get the same functionality based on e.g. Python, I wouldn't insist of doing it with a Lisp under the hood.

And unluckily with the De??an packaged Emacs I can neither use the WebKit features, nor Emacs as WM. But I'll get there... sommmmmmmmeday... currenly lots of more urgent things have a higher priority.


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