On 16.09.2016 23:28, Lev wrote:
We don't have packages for it. But Tribblix has. So it can be built from
Ok. I'll go for XFCE, but I see that you have it.
I use make, cmake, gvim, and codelite. I don't like those giant IDEs like
eclipse. I develop software for AVR MCUs and ARM in the future.
Be aware that when you are programming in Native languages(C, C++)
that you may need a linux to compile the binary for the embedded
Well if you develop for ARM you need to cross-compile anyway. So you
just need to see how the Compiler you use can do that and what the
We have been known to port software from FreeBSD due to relaxed license.
And shared ancestory.
Okay. I GEUSS that you have the same driver in the kernel as FreeBSD. I have
this to do NAT:
map tun0 192.168.0.0/16 -> 0.0.0.0/32 portmap tcp/udp auto
We currently are using a rolling release model. Due to developer Team
size we can not have an extensive Q+A process. A Stable branch does thus
But might be some coincidence.
Other question. Is this hipster thing is more like an unstable distribution?
Is there any installation medium for the stable branch?
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