Canonical to Replace Upstart with systemd for Ubuntu 16.10’s Session Startup

With every new systemd release, we found out that the so-called init system can do a lot more that it was initially designed, slowly taking over many of the “jobs” of over internal components of a GNU/Linux operating system, and even worse, replacing them completely. Upstart is a Canonical/Ubuntu project, an event-based replacement for the traditional init daemon that the company used in almost every Ubuntu Linux release. However, starting with the now deprecated Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) operating system, Canonical replaced the Upstart init system with systemd, making many users angry.