Lunar Linux is an operating system maintained around a source-based package management system also called Lunar. The installation disk installs a complete bootstrap development system first. After the user tells the Lunar manager which packages will be required, it automatically builds the software by downloading current source code and locally compiling an optimized package. On the downside, compiling software from scratch may be time-consuming and complicate the task of keeping the packages up to date.
What's new in version 1.6.5
Version 1.6.5 includes Hybrid ISO support and support for EXT4 filesystem.