Nix – The Purely Functional Package Manager for Linux

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6 Responses

  1. QQW says:

    Indeed. Let’s reinvent the wheel yet again, for the umpteenth time – after all, Linux has, how many different package managers? Tens? Scores? I am somewhat surprised this one does not come with a new terminal emulator, of which we have dozens as well.

    Seriously, is this what Linux has become? A platform where the wheel is reinvented over, and over, and over again?

  2. Peter Gossner says:

    See also: The Guix System Distribution (GuixSD)
    https://www.gnu.org/software/guix/

  3. Konrad says:

    I read purely fictional instead of purely functional in the preview. That’s why I actually opened this article …

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