VOID-linux + s6 + 66 + musl
# xbps-query -Rs musl | grep "[*]" [*] musl-1.1.22_1 The musl C library [*] musl-fts-1.2.7_3 Implementation of fts(3) for musl libc # xbps-query -Rs s6 [-] 66-0.1.0.0_1 Helpers tools around s6-rc [-] 66-devel-0.1.0.0_1 Helpers tools around s6-rc - develelopment files [-] 66-doc-0.1.0.0_1 Helpers tools around s6-rc - documentation [-] s6-220.127.116.11_1 Small suite of programs for UNIX, designed to allow process supervi... [-] s6-devel-18.104.22.168_1 s6 supervision library and headers [-] s6-dns-22.214.171.124_2 Suite of DNS client programs and libraries for Unix systems [-] s6-dns-devel-126.96.36.199_2 Suite of DNS client programs and libraries for Unix systems - devel... [-] s6-dns-doc-188.8.131.52_2 Suite of DNS client programs and libraries for Unix systems - docum... [-] s6-doc-184.108.40.206_1 s6 supervision documentation [-] s6-linux-utils-220.127.116.11_1 Minimalistic Linux-specific system utilities (s6-chroot, s6-mount e... [-] s6-linux-utils-doc-18.104.22.168_1 Minimalistic Linux-specific system utilities (s6-chroot, s6-mount e... [-] s6-networking-22.214.171.124_1 Suite of small network utilities for Unix systems [-] s6-networking-devel-126.96.36.199_1 Suite of small network utilities for Unix systems - development files [-] s6-networking-doc-188.8.131.52_1 Suite of small network utilities for Unix systems - documentation [-] s6-portable-utils-184.108.40.206_2 Tiny portable generic utilities (s6-cat, s6-chmod, etc.) [-] s6-portable-utils-doc-220.127.116.11_2 Tiny portable generic utilities (s6-cat, s6-chmod, etc.) - document... [-] s6-rc-0.5.0.0_2 Service manager of the s6 init system [-] s6-rc-doc-0.5.0.0_2 Service manager of the s6 init system - documentation
Did you know? And you didn’t tell me? Void has been working hard in the background im-porting s6 into the distribution. Now void ported 66, the newly released Obarun suite of administrative tools for S6, into Void. Not only that, s6 and 66 are available for both Voids, glibc and musl.
It is like a dream come true. It is like the future here, now! It is the best anyone can ask for all in one place.
If there was a war front against systemd and the axis powers, Void and Obarun seem to have crossed deep into enemy lines. May 9th is not that far! First we take Warsaw, then we take Berlin.
Ok, tomorrow is another day, of cloning void-musl, removing runit, and then see if we can get s6 and 66 to boot and work just as well as they do in Obarun. Finally a day to look forward to!