Parabola non systemd ?
RE: Parabola non systemd ? - bill-auger - 2 months ago -
the short answer you are looking for is "yes" - however you asked the wrong question - allow me to explain :)
firstly, parabola is not any kind of "linux" - there is only one "linux" - linux is the name of one program: the linux kernel - parabola uses the linux-libre variant of that kernel, hence the name: "parabola gnu/linux-libre" - the more accurate general description is: "a unix-like operating system" - the conventional short-hand for that is "a *nix system"
secondly, parabola is not "non-systemd" as in: anti-systemd - the important concept is init-freedom - any distro which offers only one init-system does not offer init-freedom - parabola offers init-freedom by allowing each user to choose between multiple init-systems - parabola users can choose to use systemd, or they can choose another init-system
but the fact is, it would be difficult to find any *nix distro, which uses any variant of the linux kernel, but does not also have some parts of systemd as essential components - some programs will simply refuse to run, without libsystemd.so or logind - the well known non-systemd distros such as gentoo and artix for example, and parabola without systemd, have libsystemd.so from gentoo's elogind - im not sure how devuan does it, but it is probably similar