|Distribution of Linux|
|Architecture||ARM32, ARM64, i686, x86_64, PPC|
Void Linux is an independent Linux distribution that was initially released in 2008 by Juan Romero Pardines, a former developer of NetBSD. It features a rolling release update model and uses it's own package manager called "X Binary Package System (XBPS)". It uses runit as its init system and provides glibc and musl editions. It also supports certain PowerPC Macs.