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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. :wink:
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).
With few exceptions... almost all things Linux "plug" into this (glibc?) tree which forms the foundation of "Userland" (aka... User space ).
Code: Select all
(glibc) <--(bzip) | zlib binutils |_ _ | (gcc) | ncurses readline |_ _ | (bash) | gmp mpfr libmpc pcre |_ _ | (glib2)
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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