Based on our record, Homebrew seems to be a lot more popular than GNU Guix. While we know about 264 links to Homebrew, we've tracked only 22 mentions of GNU Guix. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
Right now the GNU project is trying to build a whole operating system (sans the kernel) in GNU Guile Scheme. If you're looking for more than just a language for experimenting, it could be cool to have operating system tools to hack on in Scheme: https://guix.gnu.org/. - Source: Reddit / 1 day ago
Each independent hardware device would have an immutable base OS layer, similar in concept to Fedora Silverblue or CoreOS, but lighter weight like Alpine and composable like NIX or Guix. - Source: Reddit / 6 days ago
Http://guix.gnu.org -> About -> Contributing. - Source: Reddit / 13 days ago
Guix (https://guix.gnu.org/) is a similar project, and it has the same issue regarding confusing terminology. I wonder if adoption of these otherwise awesome projects would improve if they did a better job with communication? - Source: Hacker News / about 2 months ago
If you really want a minimal installation, either Guix OS or Nix OS are probably your best bet, because they both use what are called "pure functional package managers," which are a very modern dependency management algorithm to compute very precisely the exact software that you need, which ensure ALL software that you do not absolutely 100% need is never installed. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
- download and install Homebrew (https://brew.sh). - Source: Reddit / about 7 hours ago
As the other guy said, Homebrew is the package manager for MacOS. - Source: Reddit / 3 days ago
So I guess my first question is... Why are you trying to use aptitude on a Mac? I think you want homebrew. - Source: Reddit / 3 days ago
Check out homebrew (https://brew.sh/); it may feel a bit more familiar coming from the *NIX/*BSD world for application management. - Source: Reddit / 5 days ago
Using sliver I cant activate. After installing necessary files and jailbreaking with checkra1n when clicking the reach home button, ideviceactivation and libimobiledevice arent found in terminal. I installed brew.sh but idk what else needs to be done. - Source: Reddit / 6 days ago
NixOS - 25 Jun 2014 . All software components in NixOS are installed using the Nix package manager. Packages in Nix are defined using the nix language to create nix expressions.
Chocolatey - The sane way to manage software on Windows.
Conda - Binary package manager with support for environments.
Pacman - Pacman was developed to be the package manager for Arch Linux, and is also used by KDE-focused Chakra Linux.
iTerm2 - A terminal emulator for macOS that does amazing things.
Portage - Portage is source-based package manager used by Gentoo and its descendants. It controls all process from fetching source through building it, installing into clean environment to "merging" with already installed software.