This page lists major known issues with the release at the time it was released; more up-to-date information may be found at the issue tracker
On typical Linux distributions, upon installing a package which should start a daemon at boot, the package would somehow leave indications for the init system on how it should be started. Bedrock Linux does not currently recognize any of these. It is still possible to utilize daemons (start them at boot, stop at shutdown, start/stop/restart/get-status during normal usage, etc); however, it is up to the user to determine exactly what commands should be run to make this happen and configure the system to do these manually.
Bedrock Linux's implicit filepath access, via
/bedrock/brpath, provides an
alternative view of the filesystem. However, due to a technical implementation
limitation it locks up when attempting to show an alternative view of itself,
such as the path
/bedrock/brpath/rootfs/bedrock/brpath. For the time being,
either remove the
rootfs configuration item from
brp.conf or refrain from
accessing such directories.
The Nvidia proprietary Linux driver installer dies with SIGBUS on Bedrock Linux 1.0beta1 Hawky due, likely, to a bug in Bedrock Linux's bru utility. The troubleshooting page has a work-around for the time being.
If one reboots into a
client as its own stand-alone system, UIDs and GIDs will
be out-of-sync from what may be on the rest of the filesystem. There are plans
to have Bedrock Linux merge certain /etc files when enabling/disabling a
to remedy this, but it is not yet implemented.