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We're happy to announce this year's systemd.conf taking place Sept. 28th - Oct. 1st, once again in Berlin. You can get your tickets and find out about sponsorship opportunities here: https://conf.systemd.io/

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systemd.conf 2016 is the second annual conference devoted to the systemd project. It aims to bring the most important participants of the project, and those who depend on it, together to present, discuss, and work on ideas that will shape the future of modern Linux operating systems.
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Here's a new release! Enjoy!
[systemd-devel] [ANNOUNCE] systemd v229. Lennart Poettering lennart at poettering.net. Thu Feb 11 17:50:08 CET 2016. Previous message: [systemd-devel] [HEADS-UP] Preparing for v229; Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] ...
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Thank you for the hard works.

I have a naive question regarding DHCPServer in networkd.

Will it work on physical network interface across a network switch? Or it will only work within the same machine for VM guest and/or containers?

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Room: C228, Floor 2
Systemd BoF on devconf.cz
Fri, February 5, 9:40 AM

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Out next systemd Hackfest/Talkfest/BOF Day takes place right before FOSDEM 2016. Please find us in Room "Arlequin", at the "Floris Arlequin Grand'Place" Hotel in Brussels, Belgium!
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Kinvolk.io has a great article about testing systemd with kvmtool! Enjoy!
It's not so easy to test new patches for systemd. Because systemd is the first process started on boot, the traditional way to test was to install the new version on your own computer and reboot. However, this approach is not practical because it makes the development cycle quite long: after ...
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Join us for another Berlin systemd Meetup

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Service management features you didn't know about

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Today, systemd is the service manager in almost all big distributions. In this presentation, we'll focus on service management and the various features you didn't know about, but that definitely are could be useful to you.

Please sign up on the Meetup.com page if you are able.: http://www.meetup.com/Berlin-systemd-Meetup/events/226967761/
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Upstream pull requests for systemd on GitHub are now running full system integration tests. Click on "Show all checks" on e. g. https://github.com/systemd/systemd/pull/2662, there is an "ubuntu-ci" test.

These check out the pure code of that PR (no Debian/Ubuntu patches), build .debs out of those, install them into the testbed (Ubuntu 16.04 ATM), and run the autopkgtests in "TEST_UPSTREAM=1" mode, which skips/adjusts some Debian specific tests.

This will hopefully avoid introducing regressions that we can detect automatically before the damage is done and things land in master. Indeed these tests detected a fair number of regressions last year already, but it was always an exercise in bisecting and manual investigation after the fact. Like this it should be much cheaper.

So, say it with Mr. T and a bad pun! (The "ubuntu-ci" test has my logo due to how GitHub works)
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Published: Mon 25 January 2016. By Zbigniew Jędrzejewski-Szmek. In systemd. tags: systemd fedora github python. Systemd moved it's canonical git repository to github last year. It seems that the traffic on the bug tracker is quite heavy, but impressions can be misleading.
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Yes, this is really something kernel should sanitize before passing to userspace. If it encounters firmware data that is contradicting, for example, assigning the same supposedly unique ids to two devices, then it should filter out one of them, or even both, if there's no clear rule which one is preferable.
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Our next systemd hackfest/talkfest/bof day will take place on Friday, January 29th in Brussels, Belgium, one day before FOSDEM! You are invited!
[systemd-devel] [ANNOUNCE] systemd hackfest/talkfest/bof day at FOSDEM 2016! Lennart Poettering lennart at poettering.net. Wed Jan 20 07:04:51 PST 2016. Previous message: [systemd-devel] What if I start a unit requiring a masked unit ? (issue #2315); Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] ...
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REMINDER I'll be doing a talk today about +systemd at Ahoy! in Berlin-Wedding. I hear there's going to be free drinks even. See you tonight!
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I just published a new blog story, introducing systemd's sd-event API.
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Dead Lennart, It would be nice to have one maintained list of all the blogs you wrote.
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