Last week we reported that Project Trident was changing its base operating system from TrueOS to something else. In particular the Trident team seemed to be looking at improving boot times and hardware support. The developers have made their choice and Project Trident will be shifting its base to Void, a rolling release Linux distribution. "After several months of examination and testing of the various operating systems that are available right now, we have reached a conclusion. Project Trident will rebasing with Void Linux. In additional to meeting our OS requirements with flying colours, there were several features of Void Linux that also attracted our attention." A blog post on the Project Trident website offers further details on the switch. Migrating from the current base to the new one will not be supported due to the key differences between the two bases.
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