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>* comes with it's own init systemInevitable, since each distro has its own mess. Systemd fixed this, but it's not yet everywhere.>* logs into /usr/share/software>* fails to rotate its logsInexcusable but has nothing to do with bundling.>* doesn't have the ability to log to rsyslogNothing to do with bundling.>* has configuration at completely random places, sometimes indistinguishable from binary files>* fails to upgrade properly>* is 32bit onlyNothing to do with bundling.> It makes me vomit. Every piece of such software lives in it's own special snowflake world.So why do you insist then that your special snowflake of a distro should be supported? It's RHEL4 time for you. Fedora opens up to bundling Posted Oct 15, 2015 7:29 UTC (Thu) by nim-nim (subscriber, #34454) [Link]
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