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A simple, lightweight distribution, and we mean it this time

Starch Linux is a fully static-linked fork of Arch Linux, linked against musl, meant to follow the Arch Way.

We now have packages built for x86_64, so called for Arch compatibility. We may have packages built for other architectures in future.

Starch has some rough edges, and so is not yet quite ready for serious or mission-critical usage. To help, go here, and join the list.

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Unix day 16174

Yep, Starch Linux is dead. I use sabotage now.

If anyone wishes to revive it, send me an e-mail and we'll talk, but I am tired of writing build scripts, and sabotage seems in quite usable shape now, so I'm cutting my losses.

Cheers, Strake