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* [[Void Linux|About Void]] - general information about the distribution
 
* [[Void Linux|About Void]] - general information about the distribution
* [[LiveCD|Void LiveCD]] - Where to get installation media, as well as variants and system requirements
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* [[Live Images|Void Live Images]] - Where to get installation media, as well as variants and system requirements
 
* [[Installation|Installing Void]] - A basic walkthrough of the Void installation process aimed at intermediate-to-experienced Linux users
 
* [[Installation|Installing Void]] - A basic walkthrough of the Void installation process aimed at intermediate-to-experienced Linux users
 
* [[XBPS]] - The XBPS package manager
 
* [[XBPS]] - The XBPS package manager

Revision as of 10:51, 5 November 2015

Welcome to the Void Linux wiki! This Wiki is a knowledge database created and maintained by Void users.

Getting Started

  • About Void - general information about the distribution
  • Void Live Images - Where to get installation media, as well as variants and system requirements
  • Installing Void - A basic walkthrough of the Void installation process aimed at intermediate-to-experienced Linux users
  • XBPS - The XBPS package manager
  • Runit - init/service supervision framework used in Void
  • Frequently Asked Questions

Additional Links:

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