I still run Linux, Void on top of
musl libC with
I understand the thoughts of Hyperbola, but running Arch's
pacman on top of OpenBSD kernel? Why?
systemd and its maze of dependencies, put that on top of OpenBSD's kernel and what do you expect?!
Wonder how many apps will be broken and how often!?...
Or, will they just use the package manager and pull from OpenBSD's repos? Guess, that would be a better option.
Now it makes sense why they ported Xenocara a few months ago, it was already a step in that direction.
Linux is being "bought" by Microsoft and Hyperbola is running away, that's good. Let's see what the future brings.
EDIT: Might take it for a spin.