> I frequently keep a fully static /dev on my servers, in which I don’t
> a device manager at all. So yes, I’d like to remove it.
Okay, so in this case yes, it is better to be provided by a package
> I don’t think a distro with a package manager is right for you judging
> this comment. Maybe something like BSD’s ports is more up your ally?
I had one particular problem with source-based distributions: crappy
I depend on. When software like Firefox, gcc, WebKit and LibreOffice
we can't give up our binary-based package managers. That's why I think
they should be provided as binaries, while something small and useful
(just like suckless software) could be present in a source form, in my
Now in Debian I like things like dpkg and debconf, but BSD is often
is on my another partition. And yeah, I wrote it previously, I love
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