This is a list of the main pages on this website.
About Sortix. Features. Limitations. Details. Contact. License.
How to get Sortix. System requirements. Boot and installation instructions.
The Sortix manual covering how to use the system.
How to develop Sortix. Source code. Participation. Community. Ports. Bug reporting.
Announcements about Sortix releases.
Blog about Sortix related topics.
Descriptions of each Sortix release.
License of Sortix code and third party materials. Legal information. Redistribution terms.
Screenshots of Sortix.
Sortix libz is a cleaned up and modernized fork of zlib.
Draft for a zlib.h API replacement.
Sortix rw is a program that does blockwise I/O with a better design than dd(1).
This is a list of other Sortix-related resources.
This is the Sortix bug tracker.
The official twitter account for the Sortix operating system.
The nightly build service automatically extracts the patches to third party code in this directory. This makes it trivial to see what was done to port software to Sortix.
There's a bunch of miscellaneous Sortix notes on the Sortix wiki.
This is an old TODO list that has grown to monstrous proportions. It has been superseded by the Sortix issue tracker. There's still some entries here that hasn't been typed into the issue tracker. If it's raining where sortie lives, you probably should tell him to use that rainy day sorting this out.
Personal notes on every Sortix port. Contains potential issues or nits that needs to be investigated, then if it's suitable for upstream inclusion, research that upstream and their priorities, and finally submit a patch with more diplomatic rationale.
Notes on how to lobotomize gnulib, an ironically unportable portability library.
This is a list of the Sortix-related git repositories.
The list of Sortix-related git repositories on gitlab.
The git repository for the Sortix base system.
The git repository of the Sortix ports in upstream tarball + patches format. This is the format for editing ports.
The git repository of the Sortix ports as tarballs ready for extraction into the
/src/ports directory for build, i.e. local patches are already applied. This
is the format for building ports.
The git repository of Sortix binutils, binutils with patches adding support for Sortix.
The git repository of Sortix gcc, gcc with patches adding support for Sortix.
The git repository of Sortix grub, used in Sortix releases as the bootloader. It might have minor local enhancements that are not upstream.
The git repository of Sortix libz.
The git repository of Sortix libdeflate.
The Sortix RSS feed.