Bedrock Linux is a meta Linux distribution which allows users to utilize features from other, typically mutually exclusive distributions. Essentially, users can mix-and-match components as desired. For example, one could have:
All at the same time, all working together like one, largely cohesive operating system.
A new video demonstrating such features as of the newly released Bedrock Linux 0.7 Poki is currently in development and will be listed here in the near future.
A point update has been released for 0.7. To update to it, run
brl update as root. See the release notes here.
Bedrock Linux 0.7 Poki has exited beta and is ready for general consumption. See here for the release's documentation.
Pre-release builds of Bedrock Linux 0.7 Poki are now available for testing. See here for further details. If you have the time and resources, assistance testing would be appreciated.
An internal build of the upcoming Bedrock Linux release is now feature complete. Internal testing and bug fixing is now underway.
A release candidate is expected to be made public sometime in October or November for further testing. Any assistance testing at that time will be greatly appreciated. The proper release will follow, likely before the end of 2018.
Given the relatively long release cycle, it seems prudent to provide an occasional progress update. Poki's development progress, updated 2018-05-05, can be found here. While a substantial amount of work has been done, much is left to do before the release is ready.
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