Jimmy_Kudo wrote: ↑
Sat Jan 12, 2019 5:43 pm
Thank you for a quick reply. If I am not wrong, Budgie is a Desktop environment for Solus. What I need is the source of base Solus OS, like kernal and stuff. I asked this because, if Solus OS is really Open Source, I could get access to its base code as well, isnt?
Well this is the base image of the Solus Budgie ISO... just like you have the base image of Solus MATE
ISO, or Solus Gnome
You know a distribution is not a software as such; it is an operation system made from a collection of software that are developed by their respective author(s). All these software are packaged and distributed via our repository. Of course this is an over simplified explanation but it is the basis. Solus home made software
each have their own public repository and are packaged and added in the repository just like any other software.
If you are looking for the kernel, it's the linux kernel
and it's packaged here
depending if you want the "current" version or the "long term support" version.
If you are looking from the installer
(which is a home-made software), and it's packaged here
So basically, browse the package repositories
for what you're looking for, then look at the source in the package.yml to see from where it comes from and how it is built.
You may also want to have a look at the common helpers
that we use to work.