Development Release: NuTyX 12 Beta 4
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NuTyX is a French Linux distribution (with multi-language support) built from Linux From Scratch and Beyond Linux From Scratch, with a custom package manager called “cards”. The distribution has published a development release, NuTyX 12 Beta 4, which includes support for multiple init implementations. “With the up and coming release of the new NuTyX version. There has been a major development in the init system. RuNyX, SysV or systemd as init system: NuTyX now comes with 3 init systems rolled into 1. So what that means is, the user can choose which init they wish to use, SysV, SystemD, or RuNyX (runit fork). This makes for a wider User choice. The main base init will always be SysV. This means that RuNyX and systemd packages can always be removed. This also means that the Sysinit package must remain install in all cases, as it is used by all 3 inits modes. You have a choice at boot time on the conventional GRUB menu. In the newest release, base NuTyX comes with the Long-Term Support (LTS) kernel 4.19.151 and the latest stable 5.9.” Additional information can be found on the project’s news page. Download (MD5) (pkglist NuTyX_x86_64-12-beta4.iso (516MB), NuTyX_x86_64-12-beta4-XFCE.iso (964MB), NuTyX_x86_64-12-beta4-MATE.iso (1,200MB).
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