Been playing with some Void Linux Live ISOs.
Very tempting to install on actual hardware.
Runit and xbps are the ones tempting me.
It starts in a flash, controlling services is trivial, installing packages and updates are lightning fast compared to Arch. Using separate tools instead of a single tool also means you can see the entire man-page for any given xbps-tool and all its flags at the same time...
@kungtotte Sounds great. Are you a Void user?
@fatboy I run void on my desktop, yeah. I've got Manjaro on there too but it's been weeks since I booted into anything other than Void.
@fatboy void is a fantastic distro!
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