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omg it's like gentoo but kinda super cool at the same time tho

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand 1,000 years later and I've got this stupid container built and stable-ish and running

aaaaaaaaaaaaand I hacked together gcc/glibc from scratch

No, I don't want to install an app to use these earbuds.

No, I don't want to install an app to activate my cable modem.

No, I don't want to install an app to powerup my dishwasher

No, I don't want to install an app to control my heating and lights.

Why are we taking away the interfaces that directly control these things? Apps can be helpful as an alternative interface and even increase accessibility, but when they are the only option it has the opposite effect.

all this work because I want to enable one option on a stupid package that I can't get to cooperate with musl/clang/alpine

anyway looks like I can just compile gcc binutils and glibc from an ubuntu container and just dump them into a folder w/busybox + static bash and that gives me a usable gcc/gnu/glibc base at least

but seriously I'd rip my hair out if I had to maintain packages and/or a distro

like why is it so hard to cross compile a gnu/gcc/g++/glibc toolchain

not me shouting gibberish at the dogs all day and night and them just vibing with it

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