As long as Tails using systemd, it's gonna be heads for me - and no, it's not a joke...
Heads up, private penguins: Tails 4.0 is out. Security-conscious Linux gets updated apps, speed boost
Tails has released version 4.0 of the privacy-focused Linux distro, based on Debian 10, with numerous feature and usability improvements. Tails stands for "The Amnesic Incognito Live System". It is most commonly started from a USB stick and runs as a live operating system which by default is non-persistent. You can configure …
Monday 28th October 2019 15:20 GMT RLWatkins
Not suitable as a general purpose operating system?
On the contrary, it is most suitable.
Given that we can put 1TB on a USB stick, I like the idea of carrying my computing environment in my pocket and being able to plug it into and boot it up on just about any box, anywhere, that I happen to encounter, then shut it down and unplug it from the CPU, keyboard and screen, and carry it away with me leaving no trace behind.
The more I think of it, the more I like the idea.