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Where is the ISO base with openRC?

Only runit ISOs based it has been released? I came in the last year to the Artix distro since it supports OpenRC  and I'm still using Artix, but I am not happy about the last breaking changes. I know, maybe someone will come here to say: "Just use another distro.", but as alternative except Gentoo, there are really few other daily-usage distros supporting OpenRC.

Well ... I only want to know if OpenRC will continue to be supported as first-class priority.

Thanks for the support until now.
It's me. The only me.

 

Re: Where is the ISO base with openRC?

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Well ... I only want to know if OpenRC will continue to be supported as first-class priority.

Openrc will remain our primary init system, but we added runit as alternative and baked a base iso with runit to expose it to wider testing to get runit en par with openrc support.
Since the base iso  is purely a netinstall via basestrap script, it allows you to install openrc of course.