init is the first process started by kernel when you boot up any Linux or Unix computer
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What is Linux systemd ? A Neat Chart of its Components
It is usually the first question that comes into mind. To understand the answer, we need to first understand a bit about the init.
If we just forget about systemd and the other similar systems, then itâs safe to say that <span>init is the first process started by kernel when you boot up any Linux or Unix computer. This means that all the other process are itâs children in one way or the other.
Once the system is successfully brought up, the init process continues to run and waits for special
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