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Thu Feb 21 21:56:45 CET 2013
On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 3:50 PM, Michael Mol <mikemol at gmail.com> wrote:
> Where do we stand on getting sanewall into distributions?
> AFAIK, it's not in Debian, Ubuntu, Gentoo, CentOS.
> I can probably do the Debian and Gentoo packaging at this point. I'm
> not a dev for either project, but I've got experience building
> packages for both. Ubuntu might be a tad stranger, simply owing to
> their use of Upstart. In theory, systemd isn't supposed to be too
> hard, so it should be possible to support both sysvinit and systemd on
I think if we can put it in Debian, ubuntu is easier. By that I
mean they keep worrying about upstream compatibility. But, I can try
to do the ubuntu madness. In the immortal words of Jeremy Clarkson,
what can possibly go wrong?
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