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    • Kay Sievers's avatar
      TODO: remove vconsole items · 2fd9b50c
      Kay Sievers authored
      We should not pimp up the kernel's VC stuff, it's too linited and
      fragile.
      
      At the moment not even the font uploaded early during bootup does
      survive the KMS driver taking over the framebuffer driver. We
      surely don't want to make promises about colors or resolution.
      
      The future is fullscreen KMS/kmscon/wayland/... based terminals using
      X fonts, keymaps, input methods, and not the old school too limited
      kernel VC stuff. So leave the kernel VCs as they are, and don't expect
      wonders.
      2fd9b50c
    • Kay Sievers's avatar
      TODO: update udev · abd55b16
      Kay Sievers authored
      abd55b16
    • Lennart Poettering's avatar
      update TODO · 7f873283
      Lennart Poettering authored
      7f873283
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    • Thomas Hindoe Paaboel Andersen's avatar
      systemctl: add is-failed · 1a0fce45
      Thomas Hindoe Paaboel Andersen authored
      Adds is-failed to join is-active and is-enabled.
      
      I grabbed this one from the todo list. Most of the functionality was
      already there for is-active. I just needed to make check_one_unit take
      the states to check for as an argument instead of the hardcoded
      "active" and "reloading".
      
      is-failed will return 1 if none of the units given are failed. This is
      different from is-active which will return 3 if none of the units
      given are active. It returns 3 with this comment:
      /* According to LSB: "program is not running" */
      As that does not make sense when looking for failed units I simply
      chose 1 instead.
      1a0fce45