|Distribution of Linux|
|Architecture||ARM32, ARM64, i686, x86_64|
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.