[arch-general] A systemd less Linux alternative to Arch is hard to find but exists
static.vortex at gmx.com
Thu Nov 1 01:15:19 EDT 2012
On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 05:14:22PM +0000, Kevin Chadwick wrote:
> Forgot a change Tom requested, please reject previous if not too late!
> > I'm sure I will
> > have to switch to systemd on all my systems eventually, but I don't
> > give up that easily ;-)
> For those looking for many of the plusses of Arch, you may want to
> check out Sabayon. The forums say there are no other distros akin
> enough to Arch, and that you will be stuck with systemd eventually
> anyway but I disagree and you may be surprised about what Sabayon
> offers and the similarities to Arch.
I have heard that sabayon is slow, i don't know if that's true or not.
Also, If one needs to compile a few packages such as we do from the abs,
should portage be used?, since it isn't generally advised to mix binary
packages and portage.
Also, have you tried calculate linux?
In any case i don't know why anyone would leave arch and want to use
systemd on sabayon :P
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