Freon Linux: Light yet modern

Freon Linux has been brought to life for the sole purpose of being simplistic and lightweight. Freon Linux has been heavy influenced by SliTaz GNU/Linux and Tiny Core Linux due to being built on top of BusyBox. Freon is in early development but will be open to the community of FOSS developers.
Freon Linux is packaged with a hand written package manager (thaw) and its own installation scripts (freezedry). Running underneath, Freon ships with busybox as a replacement for GNU software yet still holds glibc as a C library.

Getting Freon Linux: Presently, Freon Linux is functional. However, without a stable developed package mirror and no shipped toolchain (gcc) Freon is not practical for an everyday OS and does not hold its full potential.
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