French Foodie in Dublin writes and vlogs about the Dordogne Valley, good foodie tips
via James Kelleher on Twitter: “‘Mierenneuker’ — Dutch slang for someone who pays (too much) attention to detail, literally ‘ant-fucker’.”; and in German, ‘Korinthenkacker’, “raisin-shitter”.
Systemd breaks UNIX behaviour which has been standard practice for 30 years:
It is now indeed the case that any background processes that were still running are killed automatically when the user logs out of a session, whether it was a desktop session, a VT session, or when you SSHed into a machine. Now you can no longer expect a long running background processes to continue after logging out. I believe this breaks the expectations of many users. For example, you can no longer start a screen or tmux session, log out, and expect to come back to it.