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commit cfac42b6407e0e59f732c82985ca61b5b92d1438
parent 674bf4af46d5f90964a50ba7115e4b2269b3a4fd
Author: Cem Keylan <cem@ckyln.com>
Date:   Sat, 11 Apr 2020 04:11:19 +0300

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diff --git a/src/index.md b/src/index.md @@ -5,18 +5,40 @@ distribution. Package Manager --------------- -Carbs Linux is built upon the world's best Linux distribution -[KISS Linux](https://getkiss.org) and uses [kiss](https://github.com/kisslinux/kiss) -as its package manager, which has proven to be extremely flexible. I aim to move Carbs -to an even more suckless path. +Carbs Linux uses its own fork of the [kiss package manager] which is an extremely +flexible package manager. -Sane defaults -------------- +Small base +---------- -By default, Carbs Linux comes with busybox for coreutils, runit as the system -supervisor, and sinit as the init, though nothing holds you from changing any -of them. +By default, Carbs Linux comes with busybox for coreutils, and basic utilities +for building new software. The rootfs tarball is not bigger than 40MB. + + +Multiple Init Support +--------------------- + +Carbs Linux has support for multiple init systems and service supervisors. +In the main repository are + +- `sinit` +- `busybox-init` (SysVinit clone) +- `runit-init` + +for init systems, and + +- `sysmgr` +- `busybox-runit` +- `runit` + +for service supervisors. The `carbs-init` package is the collection of +init scripts that ensure the interoperatability of these init and service +systems, and make it easier for the user to switch to their preferred +combinations of system supervision. + +Nothing holds you back, however, from ditching any of these and packaging +some other system supervision technique along with your own init scripts. Links @@ -33,7 +55,7 @@ News ### Apr 10 2020 -IRC channel can now be accessed from #carbslinux at freenode! +IRC channel can now be accessed from `#carbslinux` at freenode! ### Apr 06 2020