Two new distributions (Sulinox and Split Linux) to keep an eye on were added on our 2 lists of systemd without systemd. The early first list of all systems we know without systemd (including BSD varieties) and our more detailed list of 66 linux distributions without systemd.
The first is called Sulinox, an independent linux distribution, built on glibc with OpenRC as init, a base software available on repositories with a few varieties of desktops, and elogind present, available for X86_64 architectures. The distribution is aimed at expert users who know and like to build packages from source. To do so in a more organized way and maintain system integrity Sulinox has developed their own package manager called inary. For those of you who like to keep an eye on the source repository of a distribution and follow development in detail we warn you that comments are in Turkish, although the rest of the documentation for the distro and the package manager is written in English. Continue reading