>spending time on customization
wow, must be harsh to live with autism.
xbps is similar to pacman, but different enough.
arch still has a lot more packages, but i wanted to give runit a whirl, which is a dream to manage compared to systemd, imo.
similarities are there, though xbps-src could also be used to deepen the customization of packages. (i want to optimize my packages ala gentoo style once)
for the time i've been testing it and compared it to arch, the outcome is i like it more.
How do you install it? Before fedora I was trying void with enlightenment but I couldn't mount the file system in the installer.
I'd love to use it instead of fedora because it's more lightweight, but shit, I tried but it kept either not mounting or returning an error when I pressed install.