Linux distributions which do not use systemd

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CubieTruck + Lubuntu >

Instructions on getting Lubuntu (desktop) working for the CubieTruck.

NOTE - These instructions will wipe your MicroSD card!

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Linux distributions + Gentoo >

(on Wikipedia)
http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=systemrescue
http://www.system-rescue-cd.org/

A Linux distribution. A Linux system rescue disk.

  • Note - If you just want to repair your boot loader, try boot-repair.
  • I'm sure an updated version will use systemd, as Gentoo now does.



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Linux distributions >

(on Wikipedia)
(submitted to distrowatch on 2016-01-28)
http://angstrom-distribution.org/

Ångström was started by a small group of people who worked on the OpenEmbedded, OpenZaurus and OpenSimpad projects to unify their effort to make a stable and user-friendly distribution for embedded devices like handhelds, set top boxes and network-attached storage devices and more.

  • Properly titled Ångström
  • It's the default Linux distribution for the Pandora.
  • It has/had support for the Zaurus SL-C1000, but I haven't tested it there.
  • Yocto Project-approved.

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Linux distributions + Slackware and Salix >

(on Wikipedia)
http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=connochaet
http://www.connochaetos.org/

A (the) Free/Libre version of Slackware.

  • 2016-03-31 - They're using Slackware 14.1, so they're alive now. I'm not interested in checking them out though.
  • 2015-05-15 - This was dormant/discontinued for some time and has only just starting to awaken. Nearly-non-existent community. Obviously needs love. "KISS" is for developers not users. Not enough magic.



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Linux distributions + Slackware >

(submitted to distrowatch on 2013-06-23)
rogueclass.org

Rogue Class is a toy Linux distribution for playing games and reading books.

  • 2015-05-11 - Just doesn't do it for me. Too simple, no liveUSB, (requires?) burning to a CD. I have no clue if it can use Slackware packages. I guess everything has to be compiled from scratch, which I don't want to do.