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Author: Cem Keylan <cem@ckyln.com>
Date:   Thu,  3 Sep 2020 11:23:04 +0300

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diff --git a/build b/build @@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ genpages() ( tohtml() { srcfile=${1#.} srcfile=${srcfile%.*}.txt case "${1##*.}" in - md) markdown "$1" ;; + md) markdown -f footnote -f fencedcode "$1" ;; txt) txt2html "$1" ;; esac | diff --git a/docs/blog/20200803.html b/docs/blog/20200803.html @@ -18,86 +18,84 @@ <a href='/docs/install.html'>installation</a> </nav> </div><div class="border"></div> -<pre> -August 2020 News Post -================================================================================ +<h1>August 2020 News Post</h1> -We are having some stalls during this summer, as I am currently working on +<p>We are having some stalls during this summer, as I am currently working on university-related stuff. Nonetheless, there are some important changes that I -want to share in this month's post. +want to share in this month&rsquo;s post.</p> +<h2>INDEX</h2> -INDEX --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- +<ul> +<li><a href="#carbs-packaging-tools">Carbs Packaging Tools</a></li> +<li><a href="#docs">Docs</a></li> +<li><a href="#re-opening-the-carbs-linux-server">Re-opening the Carbs Linux server</a></li> +</ul> -- Carbs Packaging Tools <a href=#1.0>[1.0]</a> -- Docs <a href=#2.0>[2.0]</a> -- Re-opening the Carbs Linux server <a href=#3.0>[3.0]</a> +<h2>Carbs Packaging Tools</h2> -<span id=1.0><a href=#1.0>[1.0]</a></span> Carbs Packaging Tools --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- +<p>This month I have reworked <code>kiss</code> into a new package manager, now renamed as +<code>cpt</code>. Updating <code>kiss</code> will now bootstrap the new package manager, so you don&rsquo;t +have to manually edit your system. If you don&rsquo;t like the idea of this, you can +look up the <code>post-install</code> script on <code>core/kiss</code> and apply the changes manually.</p> -This month I have reworked `kiss` into a new package manager, now renamed as -`cpt`. Updating `kiss` will now bootstrap the new package manager, so you don't -have to manually edit your system. If you don't like the idea of this, you can -look up the `post-install` script on `core/kiss` and apply the changes manually. +<p>You will also need to rename your KISS<em>* variables to CPT</em>*. So, KISS_PATH +becomes CPT_PATH.</p> -You will also need to rename your KISS_* variables to CPT_*. So, KISS_PATH -becomes CPT_PATH. - -The rework changes the previous commands on the package manager into standalone +<p>The rework changes the previous commands on the package manager into standalone tools, and move the package manager functions to a library. This makes it easier for a user to import functions and variables from the package manager, and extend the package manager with their own intended way. Previously this required ugly hacks and workarounds to use the package manager functions. I will be making use of these changes to re-implement binary package management functions -as well. - -If you want to use the library on your script you can simply do this: +as well.</p> - +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ - | | - | #!/bin/sh | - | . cpt-lib | - | (...) | - | | - +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ +<p>If you want to use the library on your script you can simply do this:</p> -There are obviously some clean-up and simplifications needed in this new -tool-based package management method. +<pre><code>+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ +| | +| #!/bin/sh | +| . cpt-lib | +| (...) | +| | ++--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ +</code></pre> +<p>There are obviously some clean-up and simplifications needed in this new +tool-based package management method.</p> -<span id=2.0><a href=#2.0>[2.0]</a></span> Docs --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- +<h2>Docs</h2> -I have added documentation for the distribution, and finally updated the guide -for installation. It is now _almost_ complete. These docs can be installed to +<p>I have added documentation for the distribution, and finally updated the guide +for installation. It is now <em>almost</em> complete. These docs can be installed to your system for online viewing. I will also add a documentation crawler similar -to how werc<a href=#1>[1]</a> works (but as an offline viewer). You can find `carbs-docs` from +to how werc<sup id="fnref:1"><a href="#fn:1" rel="footnote">1</a></sup> works (but as an offline viewer). You can find <code>carbs-docs</code> from the repository. Currently, the documentation lacks but I will be adding new stuff. These will solely be distribution specific documentation and will not be a wiki-like source. If anyone would like to contribute to a wiki-like documentation source, I would happily re-open the distribution wiki. You can -find the source on <a href=https://github.com/CarbsLinux/docs>https://github.com/CarbsLinux/docs</a> +find the source on https://github.com/CarbsLinux/docs</p> +<h2>Re-opening the Carbs Linux server</h2> -<span id=3.0><a href=#3.0>[3.0]</a></span> Re-opening the Carbs Linux server --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - -Back in May, I had shutdown the Carbs Linux server due to financial issues, but +<p>Back in May, I had shutdown the Carbs Linux server due to financial issues, but I am slowly reverting to the self-hosted model. Back then, the git repositories were mirrored to GitHub, and the management was overall much more flexible. The server used to run Carbs Linux as well (that was fun and horrifying at the same time). Now, I will be relaunching the git server which will be the upstream source before August 5. You can switch your remote, but GitHub will stay as a -remote nonetheless. - -EDIT: The git-server is up! +remote nonetheless.</p> +<p>EDIT: The git-server is up!</p> +<div class="footnotes"> +<hr/> +<ol> +<li id="fn:1"> +http://werc.cat-v.org<a href="#fnref:1" rev="footnote">&#8617;</a></li> +</ol> +</div> -<span id=1><a href=#1>[1]</a></span>: <a href=http://werc.cat-v.org>http://werc.cat-v.org</a> -</pre> <a href="/blog/20200803.txt">View Page Source</a> <div class="border"></div> <p class=footer>Linux® is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds</p> diff --git a/docs/blog/20200803.txt b/docs/blog/20200803.txt @@ -5,16 +5,15 @@ We are having some stalls during this summer, as I am currently working on university-related stuff. Nonetheless, there are some important changes that I want to share in this month's post. - INDEX -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- Carbs Packaging Tools [1.0] -- Docs [2.0] -- Re-opening the Carbs Linux server [3.0] +- [Carbs Packaging Tools](#carbs-packaging-tools) +- [Docs](#docs) +- [Re-opening the Carbs Linux server](#re-opening-the-carbs-linux-server) -[1.0] Carbs Packaging Tools +Carbs Packaging Tools -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This month I have reworked `kiss` into a new package manager, now renamed as @@ -35,25 +34,25 @@ as well. If you want to use the library on your script you can simply do this: - +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ - | | - | #!/bin/sh | - | . cpt-lib | - | (...) | - | | - +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ + +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ + | | + | #!/bin/sh | + | . cpt-lib | + | (...) | + | | + +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ There are obviously some clean-up and simplifications needed in this new tool-based package management method. -[2.0] Docs +Docs -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have added documentation for the distribution, and finally updated the guide for installation. It is now _almost_ complete. These docs can be installed to your system for online viewing. I will also add a documentation crawler similar -to how werc[1] works (but as an offline viewer). You can find `carbs-docs` from +to how werc[^1] works (but as an offline viewer). You can find `carbs-docs` from the repository. Currently, the documentation lacks but I will be adding new stuff. These will solely be distribution specific documentation and will not be a wiki-like source. If anyone would like to contribute to a wiki-like @@ -61,7 +60,7 @@ documentation source, I would happily re-open the distribution wiki. You can find the source on https://github.com/CarbsLinux/docs -[3.0] Re-opening the Carbs Linux server +Re-opening the Carbs Linux server -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Back in May, I had shutdown the Carbs Linux server due to financial issues, but @@ -75,4 +74,4 @@ remote nonetheless. EDIT: The git-server is up! -[1]: http://werc.cat-v.org +[^1]: http://werc.cat-v.org diff --git a/docs/index.html b/docs/index.html @@ -75,6 +75,12 @@ other system supervision technique along with your own init scripts.</p> <p><a href="/news.xml">RSS Feed</a> | <a href="/news.html">See all news</a></p> +<h2>Sep 03 2020</h2> + +<p>The default TLS provider has been reverted to &lsquo;libressl&rsquo;. System update will +replace bearssl dependencies with libressl. You may choose to keep or remove +bearssl after the update</p> + <h2>Jul 27 2020</h2> <p>Carbs Linux&rsquo;s fork of the <code>kiss</code> package manager has been renamed to @@ -96,12 +102,6 @@ It can be found on the <a href="https://github.com/CarbsLinux/kiss-bin">GitHub p <p>A rootfs tarball targeting the i686 architecture has been released. It can be found on the <a href="https://dl.carbslinux.org/releases/i686">downloads page</a></p> - -<h2>May 10 2020</h2> - -<p>A GCC 10.1.0 change causes a kernel panic for kernels built -with GCC 10.1. This issue can be resolved by applying this -<a href="https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/tip/tip.git/patch/?id=f670269a42bfdd2c83a1118cc3d1b475547eac22">patch</a> to your kernel sources.</p> <a href="/index.txt">View Page Source</a> <div class="border"></div> <p class=footer>Linux® is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds</p> diff --git a/docs/index.txt b/docs/index.txt @@ -60,6 +60,13 @@ News [RSS Feed](/news.xml) | [See all news](/news.html) +Sep 03 2020 +-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- + +The default TLS provider has been reverted to 'libressl'. System update will +replace bearssl dependencies with libressl. You may choose to keep or remove +bearssl after the update + Jul 27 2020 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- @@ -89,12 +96,3 @@ A rootfs tarball targeting the i686 architecture has been released. It can be found on the [downloads page] [downloads page]: https://dl.carbslinux.org/releases/i686 - -May 10 2020 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - -A GCC 10.1.0 change causes a kernel panic for kernels built -with GCC 10.1. This issue can be resolved by applying this -[patch] to your kernel sources. - -[patch]: https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/tip/tip.git/patch/?id=f670269a42bfdd2c83a1118cc3d1b475547eac22 diff --git a/docs/news.html b/docs/news.html @@ -1,7 +1,7 @@ <!DOCTYPE HTML> <html lan=en> <head> - <title>Jul 27 2020 | Carbs Linux</title> + <title>Sep 03 2020 | Carbs Linux</title> <link rel="stylesheet" href="/style.css"> <meta charset="utf-8"> <meta name="Description" content="Carbs Linux - a simple linux distribution"> @@ -18,6 +18,12 @@ <a href='/docs/install.html'>installation</a> </nav> </div><div class="border"></div> +<h2>Sep 03 2020</h2> + +<p>The default TLS provider has been reverted to &lsquo;libressl&rsquo;. System update will +replace bearssl dependencies with libressl. You may choose to keep or remove +bearssl after the update</p> + <h2>Jul 27 2020</h2> <p>Carbs Linux&rsquo;s fork of the <code>kiss</code> package manager has been renamed to diff --git a/docs/news.txt b/docs/news.txt @@ -1,3 +1,10 @@ +Sep 03 2020 +-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- + +The default TLS provider has been reverted to 'libressl'. System update will +replace bearssl dependencies with libressl. You may choose to keep or remove +bearssl after the update + Jul 27 2020 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- diff --git a/docs/news.xml b/docs/news.xml @@ -9,7 +9,18 @@ <description>a simple linux distribution</description> <link>https://carbslinux.org</link> <atom:link href="https://carbslinux.org/news.xml" rel="self" type="application/rss+xml" /> - <lastBuildDate>Tue Aug 18 2020 00:00</lastBuildDate> + <lastBuildDate>Thu Sep 03 2020 08:00</lastBuildDate> +<item> +<title>Sep 03 2020</title> +<pubDate>Thu, 03 Sep 2020</pubDate> +<dc:creator>Cem Keylan</dc:creator> +<link>https://carbslinux.org/index.html</link> +<description>&lt;h2&gt;Sep 03 2020&lt;/h2&gt; + +&lt;p&gt;The default TLS provider has been reverted to &amp;lsquo;libressl&amp;rsquo;. System update will +replace bearssl dependencies with libressl. You may choose to keep or remove +bearssl after the update&lt;/p&gt;</description> +</item> <item> <title>Jul 27 2020</title> <pubDate>Mon, 27 Jul 2020</pubDate> diff --git a/docs/rss.xml b/docs/rss.xml @@ -9,12 +9,12 @@ <description>a simple linux distribution</description> <link>https://carbslinux.org</link> <atom:link href="https://carbslinux.org/rss.xml" rel="self" type="application/rss+xml" /> - <lastBuildDate>Tue Aug 18 2020 00:00</lastBuildDate> + <lastBuildDate>Thu Sep 03 2020 08:00</lastBuildDate> <item> <title>August 2020 News Post</title> <pubDate>Mon, 03 Aug 2020</pubDate> <dc:creator>Cem Keylan</dc:creator> -<link>https://carbslinux.org/blog/20200803.txt</link> +<link>https://carbslinux.org/blog/20200803.html</link> <description>&lt;h1&gt;August 2020 News Post&lt;/h1&gt; &lt;p&gt;We are having some stalls during this summer, as I am currently working on @@ -24,13 +24,13 @@ want to share in this month&amp;rsquo;s post.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;h2&gt;INDEX&lt;/h2&gt; &lt;ul&gt; -&lt;li&gt;Carbs Packaging Tools [1.0]&lt;/li&gt; -&lt;li&gt;Docs [2.0]&lt;/li&gt; -&lt;li&gt;Re-opening the Carbs Linux server [3.0]&lt;/li&gt; +&lt;li&gt;&lt;a href=&quot;#carbs-packaging-tools&quot;&gt;Carbs Packaging Tools&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/li&gt; +&lt;li&gt;&lt;a href=&quot;#docs&quot;&gt;Docs&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/li&gt; +&lt;li&gt;&lt;a href=&quot;#re-opening-the-carbs-linux-server&quot;&gt;Re-opening the Carbs Linux server&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/li&gt; &lt;/ul&gt; -&lt;h2&gt;[1.0] Carbs Packaging Tools&lt;/h2&gt; +&lt;h2&gt;Carbs Packaging Tools&lt;/h2&gt; &lt;p&gt;This month I have reworked &lt;code&gt;kiss&lt;/code&gt; into a new package manager, now renamed as &lt;code&gt;cpt&lt;/code&gt;. Updating &lt;code&gt;kiss&lt;/code&gt; will now bootstrap the new package manager, so you don&amp;rsquo;t @@ -50,30 +50,31 @@ as well.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;If you want to use the library on your script you can simply do this:&lt;/p&gt; -&lt;p&gt; +&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;ndash;+ - | | - | #!/bin/sh | - | . cpt-lib | - | (&amp;hellip;) | - | | - +&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;ndash;+&lt;/p&gt; +&lt;pre&gt;&lt;code&gt;+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ +| | +| #!/bin/sh | +| . cpt-lib | +| (...) | +| | ++--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ +&lt;/code&gt;&lt;/pre&gt; &lt;p&gt;There are obviously some clean-up and simplifications needed in this new tool-based package management method.&lt;/p&gt; -&lt;h2&gt;[2.0] Docs&lt;/h2&gt; +&lt;h2&gt;Docs&lt;/h2&gt; &lt;p&gt;I have added documentation for the distribution, and finally updated the guide for installation. It is now &lt;em&gt;almost&lt;/em&gt; complete. These docs can be installed to your system for online viewing. I will also add a documentation crawler similar -to how werc&lt;a href=&quot;http://werc.cat-v.org&quot;&gt;1&lt;/a&gt; works (but as an offline viewer). You can find &lt;code&gt;carbs-docs&lt;/code&gt; from +to how werc&lt;a href=&quot;http://werc.cat-v.org&quot;&gt;^1&lt;/a&gt; works (but as an offline viewer). You can find &lt;code&gt;carbs-docs&lt;/code&gt; from the repository. Currently, the documentation lacks but I will be adding new stuff. These will solely be distribution specific documentation and will not be a wiki-like source. If anyone would like to contribute to a wiki-like documentation source, I would happily re-open the distribution wiki. You can find the source on https://github.com/CarbsLinux/docs&lt;/p&gt; -&lt;h2&gt;[3.0] Re-opening the Carbs Linux server&lt;/h2&gt; +&lt;h2&gt;Re-opening the Carbs Linux server&lt;/h2&gt; &lt;p&gt;Back in May, I had shutdown the Carbs Linux server due to financial issues, but I am slowly reverting to the self-hosted model. Back then, the git repositories diff --git a/index/20200903.news b/index/20200903.news @@ -0,0 +1,6 @@ +Sep 03 2020 +-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- + +The default TLS provider has been reverted to 'libressl'. System update will +replace bearssl dependencies with libressl. You may choose to keep or remove +bearssl after the update diff --git a/src/blog/20200803.md b/src/blog/20200803.md @@ -0,0 +1,77 @@ +August 2020 News Post +================================================================================ + +We are having some stalls during this summer, as I am currently working on +university-related stuff. Nonetheless, there are some important changes that I +want to share in this month's post. + +INDEX +-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- + +- [Carbs Packaging Tools](#carbs-packaging-tools) +- [Docs](#docs) +- [Re-opening the Carbs Linux server](#re-opening-the-carbs-linux-server) + + +Carbs Packaging Tools +-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- + +This month I have reworked `kiss` into a new package manager, now renamed as +`cpt`. Updating `kiss` will now bootstrap the new package manager, so you don't +have to manually edit your system. If you don't like the idea of this, you can +look up the `post-install` script on `core/kiss` and apply the changes manually. + +You will also need to rename your KISS_* variables to CPT_*. So, KISS_PATH +becomes CPT_PATH. + +The rework changes the previous commands on the package manager into standalone +tools, and move the package manager functions to a library. This makes it easier +for a user to import functions and variables from the package manager, and +extend the package manager with their own intended way. Previously this required +ugly hacks and workarounds to use the package manager functions. I will be +making use of these changes to re-implement binary package management functions +as well. + +If you want to use the library on your script you can simply do this: + + +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ + | | + | #!/bin/sh | + | . cpt-lib | + | (...) | + | | + +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ + +There are obviously some clean-up and simplifications needed in this new +tool-based package management method. + + +Docs +-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- + +I have added documentation for the distribution, and finally updated the guide +for installation. It is now _almost_ complete. These docs can be installed to +your system for online viewing. I will also add a documentation crawler similar +to how werc[^1] works (but as an offline viewer). You can find `carbs-docs` from +the repository. Currently, the documentation lacks but I will be adding new +stuff. These will solely be distribution specific documentation and will not be +a wiki-like source. If anyone would like to contribute to a wiki-like +documentation source, I would happily re-open the distribution wiki. You can +find the source on https://github.com/CarbsLinux/docs + + +Re-opening the Carbs Linux server +-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- + +Back in May, I had shutdown the Carbs Linux server due to financial issues, but +I am slowly reverting to the self-hosted model. Back then, the git repositories +were mirrored to GitHub, and the management was overall much more flexible. The +server used to run Carbs Linux as well (that was fun and horrifying at the same +time). Now, I will be relaunching the git server which will be the upstream +source before August 5. You can switch your remote, but GitHub will stay as a +remote nonetheless. + +EDIT: The git-server is up! + + +[^1]: http://werc.cat-v.org diff --git a/src/blog/20200803.txt b/src/blog/20200803.txt @@ -1,78 +0,0 @@ -August 2020 News Post -================================================================================ - -We are having some stalls during this summer, as I am currently working on -university-related stuff. Nonetheless, there are some important changes that I -want to share in this month's post. - - -INDEX --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - -- Carbs Packaging Tools [1.0] -- Docs [2.0] -- Re-opening the Carbs Linux server [3.0] - - -[1.0] Carbs Packaging Tools --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - -This month I have reworked `kiss` into a new package manager, now renamed as -`cpt`. Updating `kiss` will now bootstrap the new package manager, so you don't -have to manually edit your system. If you don't like the idea of this, you can -look up the `post-install` script on `core/kiss` and apply the changes manually. - -You will also need to rename your KISS_* variables to CPT_*. So, KISS_PATH -becomes CPT_PATH. - -The rework changes the previous commands on the package manager into standalone -tools, and move the package manager functions to a library. This makes it easier -for a user to import functions and variables from the package manager, and -extend the package manager with their own intended way. Previously this required -ugly hacks and workarounds to use the package manager functions. I will be -making use of these changes to re-implement binary package management functions -as well. - -If you want to use the library on your script you can simply do this: - - +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ - | | - | #!/bin/sh | - | . cpt-lib | - | (...) | - | | - +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ - -There are obviously some clean-up and simplifications needed in this new -tool-based package management method. - - -[2.0] Docs --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - -I have added documentation for the distribution, and finally updated the guide -for installation. It is now _almost_ complete. These docs can be installed to -your system for online viewing. I will also add a documentation crawler similar -to how werc[1] works (but as an offline viewer). You can find `carbs-docs` from -the repository. Currently, the documentation lacks but I will be adding new -stuff. These will solely be distribution specific documentation and will not be -a wiki-like source. If anyone would like to contribute to a wiki-like -documentation source, I would happily re-open the distribution wiki. You can -find the source on https://github.com/CarbsLinux/docs - - -[3.0] Re-opening the Carbs Linux server --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - -Back in May, I had shutdown the Carbs Linux server due to financial issues, but -I am slowly reverting to the self-hosted model. Back then, the git repositories -were mirrored to GitHub, and the management was overall much more flexible. The -server used to run Carbs Linux as well (that was fun and horrifying at the same -time). Now, I will be relaunching the git server which will be the upstream -source before August 5. You can switch your remote, but GitHub will stay as a -remote nonetheless. - -EDIT: The git-server is up! - - -[1]: http://werc.cat-v.org diff --git a/src/index.md b/src/index.md @@ -60,6 +60,13 @@ News [RSS Feed](/news.xml) | [See all news](/news.html) +Sep 03 2020 +-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- + +The default TLS provider has been reverted to 'libressl'. System update will +replace bearssl dependencies with libressl. You may choose to keep or remove +bearssl after the update + Jul 27 2020 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- @@ -89,12 +96,3 @@ A rootfs tarball targeting the i686 architecture has been released. It can be found on the [downloads page] [downloads page]: https://dl.carbslinux.org/releases/i686 - -May 10 2020 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - -A GCC 10.1.0 change causes a kernel panic for kernels built -with GCC 10.1. This issue can be resolved by applying this -[patch] to your kernel sources. - -[patch]: https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/tip/tip.git/patch/?id=f670269a42bfdd2c83a1118cc3d1b475547eac22 diff --git a/src/news.md b/src/news.md @@ -1,3 +1,10 @@ +Sep 03 2020 +-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- + +The default TLS provider has been reverted to 'libressl'. System update will +replace bearssl dependencies with libressl. You may choose to keep or remove +bearssl after the update + Jul 27 2020 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- diff --git a/src/news.xml b/src/news.xml @@ -9,7 +9,18 @@ <description>a simple linux distribution</description> <link>https://carbslinux.org</link> <atom:link href="https://carbslinux.org/news.xml" rel="self" type="application/rss+xml" /> - <lastBuildDate>Tue Aug 18 2020 00:00</lastBuildDate> + <lastBuildDate>Thu Sep 03 2020 08:00</lastBuildDate> +<item> +<title>Sep 03 2020</title> +<pubDate>Thu, 03 Sep 2020</pubDate> +<dc:creator>Cem Keylan</dc:creator> +<link>https://carbslinux.org/index.html</link> +<description>&lt;h2&gt;Sep 03 2020&lt;/h2&gt; + +&lt;p&gt;The default TLS provider has been reverted to &amp;lsquo;libressl&amp;rsquo;. System update will +replace bearssl dependencies with libressl. You may choose to keep or remove +bearssl after the update&lt;/p&gt;</description> +</item> <item> <title>Jul 27 2020</title> <pubDate>Mon, 27 Jul 2020</pubDate> diff --git a/src/rss.xml b/src/rss.xml @@ -9,12 +9,12 @@ <description>a simple linux distribution</description> <link>https://carbslinux.org</link> <atom:link href="https://carbslinux.org/rss.xml" rel="self" type="application/rss+xml" /> - <lastBuildDate>Tue Aug 18 2020 00:00</lastBuildDate> + <lastBuildDate>Thu Sep 03 2020 08:00</lastBuildDate> <item> <title>August 2020 News Post</title> <pubDate>Mon, 03 Aug 2020</pubDate> <dc:creator>Cem Keylan</dc:creator> -<link>https://carbslinux.org/blog/20200803.txt</link> +<link>https://carbslinux.org/blog/20200803.html</link> <description>&lt;h1&gt;August 2020 News Post&lt;/h1&gt; &lt;p&gt;We are having some stalls during this summer, as I am currently working on @@ -24,13 +24,13 @@ want to share in this month&amp;rsquo;s post.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;h2&gt;INDEX&lt;/h2&gt; &lt;ul&gt; -&lt;li&gt;Carbs Packaging Tools [1.0]&lt;/li&gt; -&lt;li&gt;Docs [2.0]&lt;/li&gt; -&lt;li&gt;Re-opening the Carbs Linux server [3.0]&lt;/li&gt; +&lt;li&gt;&lt;a href=&quot;#carbs-packaging-tools&quot;&gt;Carbs Packaging Tools&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/li&gt; +&lt;li&gt;&lt;a href=&quot;#docs&quot;&gt;Docs&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/li&gt; +&lt;li&gt;&lt;a href=&quot;#re-opening-the-carbs-linux-server&quot;&gt;Re-opening the Carbs Linux server&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/li&gt; &lt;/ul&gt; -&lt;h2&gt;[1.0] Carbs Packaging Tools&lt;/h2&gt; +&lt;h2&gt;Carbs Packaging Tools&lt;/h2&gt; &lt;p&gt;This month I have reworked &lt;code&gt;kiss&lt;/code&gt; into a new package manager, now renamed as &lt;code&gt;cpt&lt;/code&gt;. Updating &lt;code&gt;kiss&lt;/code&gt; will now bootstrap the new package manager, so you don&amp;rsquo;t @@ -50,30 +50,31 @@ as well.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;If you want to use the library on your script you can simply do this:&lt;/p&gt; -&lt;p&gt; +&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;ndash;+ - | | - | #!/bin/sh | - | . cpt-lib | - | (&amp;hellip;) | - | | - +&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;mdash;&amp;ndash;+&lt;/p&gt; +&lt;pre&gt;&lt;code&gt;+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ +| | +| #!/bin/sh | +| . cpt-lib | +| (...) | +| | ++--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ +&lt;/code&gt;&lt;/pre&gt; &lt;p&gt;There are obviously some clean-up and simplifications needed in this new tool-based package management method.&lt;/p&gt; -&lt;h2&gt;[2.0] Docs&lt;/h2&gt; +&lt;h2&gt;Docs&lt;/h2&gt; &lt;p&gt;I have added documentation for the distribution, and finally updated the guide for installation. It is now &lt;em&gt;almost&lt;/em&gt; complete. These docs can be installed to your system for online viewing. I will also add a documentation crawler similar -to how werc&lt;a href=&quot;http://werc.cat-v.org&quot;&gt;1&lt;/a&gt; works (but as an offline viewer). You can find &lt;code&gt;carbs-docs&lt;/code&gt; from +to how werc&lt;a href=&quot;http://werc.cat-v.org&quot;&gt;^1&lt;/a&gt; works (but as an offline viewer). You can find &lt;code&gt;carbs-docs&lt;/code&gt; from the repository. Currently, the documentation lacks but I will be adding new stuff. These will solely be distribution specific documentation and will not be a wiki-like source. If anyone would like to contribute to a wiki-like documentation source, I would happily re-open the distribution wiki. You can find the source on https://github.com/CarbsLinux/docs&lt;/p&gt; -&lt;h2&gt;[3.0] Re-opening the Carbs Linux server&lt;/h2&gt; +&lt;h2&gt;Re-opening the Carbs Linux server&lt;/h2&gt; &lt;p&gt;Back in May, I had shutdown the Carbs Linux server due to financial issues, but I am slowly reverting to the self-hosted model. Back then, the git repositories