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== systemd ==
 
== systemd ==
  
Fedora 14 has replaced {{package|upstart}} with {{package|systemd}}. {{package|systemd}} uses services files located in <tt>/lib/systemd/system</tt> for services, and <tt>/etc/systemd/system</tt> for configuration. A number of desktop daemons have been initially converted to use {{package|systemd}} service files and small number of programs have been patched to take advantage of it. {{package|systemd}} is compatible with legacy SysV init scripts and rest of the migration will happen incrementally over time.
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Fedora 14 has replaced '''upstart''' with '''systemd'''. '''systemd''' uses services files located in <code>/lib/systemd/system</code> for services, and <code>/etc/systemd/system</code> for configuration. A number of desktop daemons have been initially converted to use '''systemd''' service files and small number of programs have been patched to take advantage of it. '''systemd''' is compatible with legacy SysV init scripts and rest of the migration will happen incrementally over time.
  
 
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systemd

Fedora 14 has replaced upstart with systemd. systemd uses services files located in /lib/systemd/system for services, and /etc/systemd/system for configuration. A number of desktop daemons have been initially converted to use systemd service files and small number of programs have been patched to take advantage of it. systemd is compatible with legacy SysV init scripts and rest of the migration will happen incrementally over time.

  • abrtd
  • acpid
  • dbus
  • NetworkManager
  • ntpd
  • udev