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Re: systemd version?
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Re: Nice Videos
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Re: not full base?
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not full base?
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General:Cards: The Package Manager
[FIX]Re: [suggestion] add a type of dir field to the dir lines of cards.conf
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IntroductionThey are a lot of synonyms for defining a set of packages in the informatics jargon.
Under NuTyX, a set of packages is held in a collection.
A collection includes 3 fundamental properties:
DefinitionUnder NuTyX, a collection is a set of recepts and binaries packages. This set provide certain functionalities. These functionalities are organised as follows:
Collections management via cardsBecause of their concept, each collection contains it's own meta-data files. When adding / removing a package from a collection, only the meta-data files of this collection will need to be modified. This property offers maximum flexibility to the users and to the Package manager.
Collections hierachyThe hierachy of collections is an important concept.
Here the symbol "->" should be interpreted as "depends on"
Here is the fundamental rule:
desktops -> gui -> cli -> base
cli-extra -> cli -> base
gui-extra -> gui -> cli -> base
With this well established rule, the following concept is defined:
InterdependenciesThe NuTyX collections are interdependent in the following ways:
The groups of collection
A. The base system collection
The collection consisting of the base system is:
B. The core system collections
The collections consisting of the core system are:
C. The Extra collections
The 'extra' collections are:
D. The graphical interfaces collection
The collection includes thoses graphical interfaces:
And now ?Collections have no more secrets for you. Now is the time to try to compile in an isolated chroot.