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+Lennart Poettering is speaking tomorrow, 6:30pm at immobilienScout24, in Berlin about systemd! Please sign up if you intend to attend!
 
The first Berlin systemd Meetup group event was just announced. Lennart will be talking about Containers and systemd on July 28th at immobilienscout's main lobby. Reserve your spot on meetup.com
Welcome to the first Berlin systemd Meetup! We're very happy to have Redhat's Lennart Poettering present about how systemd fits into the new, container landscape. Abstract: Containers on Linux are one of today's hottest topics. In this presentation Lennart will discuss what systemd has to offer in this area. Specifically, he will discuss the systemd-nspawn, systemd-machined and systemd-importd components of systemd, and how they fit into the broa...
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Systemd-kcm 1.2.0 was released four days ago. Systemd-kcm is a KDE control module for graphically managing systemd and related services such as logind. Systemd-kcm was previously hosted on GitHub u...
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I've tried it and it's quite cool.
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If you happen to be at SLAC in Berlin this week, don't miss Bjørn Bürger's talk about systemd on thursday!

https://www.heinlein-support.de/slac/2015/vortrag/admins-diary-wie-ich-lernte-systemd-zu-lieben
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Here's a new blog story I just posted, about the new sd-bus API of systemd. It's long though. Sorry for that, but I hope you enjoy it anyway!
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I have a lot of netlink socket code in my programs, so using kernel interfaces is nothing i am afraid of. However, I don't insist on that and since systemd will become a dependency for my daemon anyway, sd-bus is just the right piece of glue coming at the right time. Thanks for the explanation!
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Here's the meetup page for the NYLUG talk about +systemd I will do on Monday, June 29th at Facebook New York. The RSVP opens today at 4:30pm Eastern Time. You have to sign up to attend. If you won't show though you signed up, please be so kind to release your RSVP since space is limited. Thanks!

See you in New York!
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So here's a Fedora 22 ARM container powered by  #systemd -nspawn running on a stock +Jolla firmware.

It's Fedora's ARM image, unmodified, with the root FS loop-mounted (image source: https://arm.fedoraproject.org/). As mentioned this works with the stock firmware, no rooting or other modifications required - with their 1.1.6 release, Jolla provided all the kernel and user space features required to spawn containers.

So, ahm, yay, I guess?
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Very yay indeed. Thanks Thilo!
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kdbus is now turned on in the Fedora Rawhide kernels.
 
rawhide booting  with kdbus

[kay@ank~]$ modinfo kdbus
filename:       /lib/modules/4.2.0-0.rc1.git2.2.fc23.x86_64/kernel/ipc/kdbus/kdbus.ko.xz
alias:          fs-kdbusfs
description:    D-Bus, powerful, easy to use interprocess communication
license:        GPL
depends:        
intree:         Y
vermagic:       4.2.0-0.rc1.git2.2.fc23.x86_64 SMP mod_unload
signer:         Fedora kernel signing key
sig_key:        EF:4A:BF:71:A1:19:2C:3B:71:48:0E:65:34:54:88:B2:4C:65:85:5C
sig_hashalgo:   sha256

[kay@ank~]$ cat /proc/cmdline
initrd=\1626515e211943efa0e1f86413c8c7b3\4.2.0-0.rc1.git2.2.fc23.x86_64\initrd quiet audit=0 kdbus=1
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Please make an updated performance benchmark of kdbus vs user dbus
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Here's the systemd talk from last week's Red Hat Summit! Enjoy!
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I'm very excited about this year's Red Hat Summit. It's great to be presenting again with +Lennart Poettering on systemd in RHEL 7. We only have seating for a little over 500 so come early to grab a seat.

What: Demystifying systemd - 2015 Edition
When: Thursday, June 25 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm EST
Where: Red Hat Summit, Boston, MA:  Ballroom A
Why: It's simple. The more you know about systemd, the higher your quality of life.

Cheers!
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Here's an excellent explanation of how the basic semantics of kdbus are different from AF_UNIX.
 
If you invent something new, one of the hardest parts is to convey your concept. In the case of kdbus, I meet a lot of people who don't have a clue what it actually does. On the other hand, most people seem to be pretty familiar with AF_UNIX. Hence, I went ahead and tried to describe the very fundamental concept of kdbus, by "speaking" AF_UNIX.

I hope this makes people re-evaluate their position, if they read some premature judgement about kdbus on news media or forums. I don't believe kdbus is something radically new, nor is it a huge code-base. I much rather believe we just picked the parts of existing features we needed, and formed a fresh new interface that should serve DBus' needs for the years to come.
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Here's a new systemd release!
[systemd-devel] [ANNOUNCE] systemd v221. Lennart Poettering lennart at poettering.net. Fri Jun 19 07:06:08 PDT 2015. Previous message: [systemd-devel] [PATCH][v1]random-seed: Save random seed as early as possible; Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] ...
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+Michael Biebl Do you have any other example or is this the first one? If it's the first one it might be as Kay say. They didn't want to risk anything. If the reasons are as you lay them out I do not see any reason why it should not be accepted in the future.
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Here's a nice tutorial on systemd. Enjoy!
Understanding systemd - suite of system management daemons, libraries, and utilities designed as a central management platform for the Linux OS
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