vendredi 26 mai 2017

Devuan Jessie is here -- download the systemd-shunning Debian-forked Linux distro now

One of the coolest things about open source software is the ability to fork it. What is forking? Very simply put, it is taking code and altering it so it can be taken in a different direction. This is usually done when people are dissatisfied with the current path of a project. A good example of this is LibreOffice, which is a fork of OpenOffice. As that example shows, sometimes the fork can become better and more popular than the original. Systemd is a very polarizing topic in the Linux community, so it should come as no surprise that it would lead… [Continue Reading]

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