Default Change: systemd=-1

Version 1.61.0

Feature
Finished

The internal default systemd variable will now be set to -1. If you have a systemd value already physically set in your directadmin.conf, this set value will be used instead. The systemd=-1 value will have DA auto-decide which setting to use, logic being: if (systemd == -1) { if (pathExists("/etc/systemd/system") && (pathExists("/bin/systemctl") || pathExists("/usr/bin/systemctl"))) systemd = 1; //systemd else systemd = 0; //init.d } The Linux static 64-bit binaries were already using systemd=-1 as the default, now all binaries will use it.

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