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Toybox (Linux command line utilities)

Toybox combines common Linux command line utilities together into a single BSD-licensed executable...

Toybox (Linux command line utilities)

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  • Linux Distributions State of Gaming - Presentation just done at the FOSDEM 2023
    Toybox, Clang/LLVM, Musl, is an obvious distro core made up of permissively-licensed components. (Busybox, as used in many distros like Alpine, is GPLv2.). Source: over 1 year ago
  • Toybox: All-in-one Linux command line
    > Toybox's main goal is to make Android self-hosting by improving Android's command line utilities so it can build an installable Android Open Source Project image entirely from source under a stock Android system. -- - Source: Hacker News / over 2 years ago
  • Toybox: All-in-one Linux command line
    README doesn't explain what it is beyond "all-in-one Linux command line". Here's the about page: (including comparison to busybox). And here's the list of commands currently supported: - Source: Hacker News / over 2 years ago
  • What was the point of [ “x$var” = “xval” ]?
    For #1, you can just put #!/bin/bash at the top of the file to use Bash. Bash is still available, it’s just not the default for scripts that specify #!/bin/sh. #2 is still currently tricky, but Rob Landley (former Busybox maintainer) is working on a full bug-for-bug compatible Bash clone called toysh which will be included in an upcoming release of Toybox[1]. Once that’s released, I’m looking forward to... - Source: Hacker News / about 3 years ago

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