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linux:spacelinux [2018/08/13 16:36]
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 The package management (slpm) is written in BASH and uses clear-text databases, that way it is always possible to adjust/fix things with just a simple text editor. The package management (slpm) is written in BASH and uses clear-text databases, that way it is always possible to adjust/fix things with just a simple text editor.
  
-The packages are provided in source format and are compiled/​installed by simple shell-scripts. One reason is that source packages are way smaller than the installed binary what safes a lot of traffic but still gives the ability to apply further patches or change compile options if needed to provide most flexibility.+The packages are provided in source format and are compiled/​installed by simple shell-scripts. One reason is that source packages are way smaller than the installed binary what safes a lot of traffic ​(for example glibc is 16MB in source, but 2.8GB installed) ​but still gives the ability to apply further patches or change compile options if needed to provide most flexibility.
  
 The system is separated into the core system and additional packages in terms of upgrades. They are independent (as far as it is technically possible), so you can replace the core system without touching installed applications and you can replace installed applications without touching the core system. The system is separated into the core system and additional packages in terms of upgrades. They are independent (as far as it is technically possible), so you can replace the core system without touching installed applications and you can replace installed applications without touching the core system.
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