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Added a little explaination about Mnemosyne in the README file

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Alejandro Mery 12 years ago
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@ -9,6 +9,16 @@ Mnemosyne is a fully modular abstract target which founds itself over
highly secure and reliable packages instead of deprecated 'de facto'
standard packages like sysvinit, netkit and vixie-cron.
[1] ROCKLinux - http://www.rocklinux.org/
[2] OpenSDE - http://opensde.org/
Mnemosyne, use `runit`[3] init style, and since 0.4 the rest of the
tools implemented by `sysvinit` are replaced with `busybox`[4]
equivalents. We use udhcpc from busybox too, and only support
`iproute2`[5] instead of the deprecated classic ifconfig/route/arp.
Mnemosyne is licensed under GPLv2+, but this doesn't affect distributions
implemented extending (without altering) mnemosyne itself.
[1] ROCKLinux - http://www.rocklinux.org/
[2] OpenSDE - http://opensde.org/
[3] runit - http://smarden.org/runit/
[4] BusyBox - http://busybox.net/
[5] iproute2 - http://www.linuxfoundation.org/en/Net:Iproute2

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