On 7/2/20 12:55 AM, John M. Harris Jr wrote:
We don't need more systemd-bloat just to boot our systems. However your
bootloader works, it doesn't really matter if it's not up to snuff with GRUB2.
When it supports LUKS, LVM, LUKS+LVM, a recovery console and several
filesystems, then it'll be more of a viable option, and I still wouldn't
recommend having yet another systemd component as a core part of our systems.
At what point is systemd large enough that you'll stop adding more cruft?
Can you please stop calling features of systemd you don't like
"systemd-bloat" at every given opportunity? It is not being respectful
to those who work on the project and doesn't help your argument.