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Debian 8 Linux moves to systemd by default

Debian 8 Linux moves to systemd by default

Debian, one of the most widely used Linux distributions, has been updated with the release of Debian 8 'Jessie', which now uses systemd to initialise the system and ships with updated versions of the Gnome desktop and numerous other enhancements. Available to download now, Debian 8 is one of the last Linux distributions to make the switch to using systemd as the default init system for starting up the system. Sysvinit is still supported for those who want it, but systemd provides more advanced monitoring, logging and service management capabilities, according to the Debian project.

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