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  • #54399
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    angel7angel7

    Hello! A simple question: The new update of antiX linux will allow download packages via snap by installing snapd? Because snapd depends of systemd.
    Another question: Do will I able to update via apt dist-upgrade to the new antiX?

    • This topic was modified 2 weeks, 5 days ago by angel7.
    #54407
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    userzerouserzero

    Snap uses cgroups …

    All About the Linux Kernel: Cgroup’s Redesign

    Debian 10 “Buster” -> July, 2022 to June, 2024

    https://wiki.debian.org/LTS

    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 5 days ago by userzero.
    #54416
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    skidooskidoo

    userzero, if you want to explore cgroups…

    sudo apt install cgroup-tools cgroup-bin libpam-cgroup

    and then

    man cgclassify
    man cgclear
    man cgcreate
    man cgdelete
    man cgexec
    man cgget
    man cgset
    man cgsnapshot
    man lscgroup
    man lssubsys
    man 5 cgconfig.conf
    man 5 cgred.conf
    man 5 cgrules.conf
    man 8 cgconfigparser
    man 8 cgrulesengd

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    When requesting help, pasting the output from inxi -Fzr command will provide important relevant details:
    antiX version//edition ~~ stable vs testing repos ~~ live vs installed vs virtualbox ~~ hardware specs

    #54418
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    skidooskidoo

    simple question: [..] snapd?

    simple answer: No

    Did something you have read somewhat cause you to wonder / expect otherwise?

    able to update via apt dist-upgrade to the new antiX?

    Because of the change in the base, from Debian 10 (Buster) to Debian 11 (Bullseye), we should not expect to be able to “just upgrade”.

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    When requesting help, pasting the output from inxi -Fzr command will provide important relevant details:
    antiX version//edition ~~ stable vs testing repos ~~ live vs installed vs virtualbox ~~ hardware specs

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