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I made this thread to see how much alpha I could get away with WITHOUT breaking stuff.
Yep... I've decided to wander off the reservation and go ROGUE by... revising 001-core.xzm
Ok... I confess. I'm a NOT big fan of Gordian Knot s (nots?) which is why I like cutting them.
So let's get started...
Slackware has a minimal install @ http://www.slackwiki.com/Minimal_System.
(see also... http://www.slackware.com/~mozes/docs/aaa_elflibs.txt )
Unfortunately... Slackware: Dependency resolution is not officially **supported in accordance with it's distribution's maintenance philosophy.
**Pls Note: Arch Linux has support... it's repo was used to construct this (glibc?) tree... https://www.archlinux.org/packages/core/x86_64/glibc/ .
" Dependency hell " still however... is NOT a given (provided the following is considered in order of dependency).
- Code: Select all
With few exceptions... almost all things Linux "plug" into this (glibc?) tree which forms the foundation of "Userland" (aka... User space ).
I have recently been using this tree to enhance 001-core.xzm before adding carefully selected ( Linux From Scratch ) Slakfinder.org
packages organized using the Arch Linux package resolution structure and only then finally confirming all their solibs w/ depfinder.
https://pkgs.org/slackware-14.2/salix-x ... v.txz.html
Whether doing remastering or a build project (eg. Linux From Scratch )
the above blueprint by and large is the route of least resistance.
As a added bonus... if ANY of these key packages were deprecated in favor of more efficient
alternatives (eg. Suckless.org )... the entire system would realize major performance gains.
(also see... http://wiki.musl-libc.org/wiki/Alternative_libraries )
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