We've already talked with the developers behind Draco and Arch Linux. Two advanced Linux-distributions following the KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) philosophy.
This time, we're talking with the lead-developer of a distribution with a filesystem unlike any other. The distribution in question is no other than GoboLinux.
GoboLinux is yet another advanced Linux-distribution, but as the lead-developer - Hisham Muhammad - will explain in the following pages, it has a logical filesystem which makes it truly unique. And if that wasn't enough, it also uses a Portage-inspired package manager called Compile. Though the name may not be the most creative, it distinguishes itself by being well integrated with the filesystem.
Curious? Read on to know what GoboLinux is all about.
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