just a note here...
installing with the latest media I no longer have an /etc/rc.d file and it's not needed.
everything working as it should.
Currently triple booting Arch Linux, Sabayon 10, and Ubuntu 12.04 from scratch...
Just a quick update - I ended up using a mixed system.
That is, adding init=/bin/systemd to kernel parameters and not removing anything.
rc.conf is completely empty and everything seems to work just fine.
I'll try to install pure systemd from scratch when it settle down and everything will be prepared - installcd, init scripts for my custom packages and so on.
I thought I was ready for pure systemd, but when I removed systemd-sysvcompat I could no longer boot and am stuck at "/sbin/init does not exist".
@amadar, read the last post: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php … 6#p1205476
EDIT: oh and remember to not necrobump! (this post was marked solved and all...)
Last edited by chris_l (2012-12-13 22:35:14)
"open source is about choice"
Open source is about opening the source code complying with this conditions, period. The ability to choose among several packages is just a nice side effect.