Systemd is a background service that act as a system and service manager on modern Linux distribution. The new version of Systemd 223 is now available for download with many important updates. You can download and install Systemd for your Linux distribution but most users won’t do this because it needs an advanced knowledge to install it.
For most Linux users, it safer and recommended to install Systemd from their Official repository of currently running distro. Its not needed to compile the Systemd manually. This Systemd supports various Linux distribution such as Arch Linux, Fedora, Gentoo Linux, Mageia, openSUSE, Sabayon Linux, Frugalware Linux, Ångström, and CoreOS.