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#26 2017-10-04 11:34:26

fungus
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From: Any witch way
Registered: 2017-07-12
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Re: When you can't tell the difference between Windows and systemd

I hope LXDE/OpenBox stay clean and I believe the LXQt/Qt base will remain unaffected.  I think the philosophy of Qt is to be able to run the same over any system that Qt can be ported.
My LXDE/Ob has run great without asking for sysD trash.  I did find some LXDE-debian traces of scripts calling for things that don't exist but didn't affect anything either leaving them or deleting them.  Some of them had to do with default logout calls.  Replacing them with lxsession-logout (default on LXDE but not on Openbox) seemed to run better than oblogout, as the lxpolkit works better within the lxsession pkg.

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#27 2017-10-09 16:21:50

cynwulf
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Registered: 2017-10-09
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Re: When you can't tell the difference between Windows and systemd

FOSSuser wrote:

That surprises me about OpenBSD, it's Canadian based, & when I use it, it is with Fluxbox & Firefox, it must be the programs that are added bringing it in. sad

There is no systemd in OpenBSD (or any of the other *BSD derived projects).  You might find some cruft in the way of redundant directories or configs in certain ports (some ports may even spit out redundant dot files), but none of it is functional or of any use.

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#28 2017-10-09 17:11:36

golinux
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Registered: 2016-11-25
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Re: When you can't tell the difference between Windows and systemd

Greetings cynwulf!  Was wondering if you'd ever popup here.

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#29 2017-10-10 11:11:36

FOSSuser
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From: Surrey/Hants border UK
Registered: 2016-12-11
Posts: 149

Re: When you can't tell the difference between Windows and systemd

cynwulf wrote:

There is no systemd in OpenBSD (or any of the other *BSD derived projects).  You might find some cruft in the way of redundant directories or configs in certain ports (some ports may even spit out redundant dot files), but none of it is functional or of any use.

Thanks for confirming my thoughts, & welcome to Devuan. smile

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#30 2017-10-12 17:59:21

Connectorivity
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Registered: 2017-10-05
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Re: When you can't tell the difference between Windows and systemd

cynwulf wrote:
FOSSuser wrote:

That surprises me about OpenBSD, it's Canadian based, & when I use it, it is with Fluxbox & Firefox, it must be the programs that are added bringing it in. sad

There is no systemd in OpenBSD (or any of the other *BSD derived projects).  You might find some cruft in the way of redundant directories or configs in certain ports (some ports may even spit out redundant dot files), but none of it is functional or of any use.

What would happen if I were to remove these dot files?

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