musl vs glibc

The actual state of Linux is that shit depends on speical GNU features in glibc. So using something like musl is really bloody difficult -- if not almost impossible.

Apparently AppImages don't even work on musl, even if their slogan is:

Linux apps that run anywhere

I actaully feel so bullshitted. It should be:

Linux apps that run on (the correct version of) glibc.

It doesn't run anywhere. It doesn't run on musl! They also mention:

Download an application, make it executable, and run! No need to install. No system libraries or system preferences are altered. Can also run in a sandbox like Firejail

Which also seems like a blatant lie -- maybe not lie, but false information...

It is not an unknown issue either...]

So yeah... Nice thing that I might have to distrohop because shit depends on non-standard features. A libc-implementation should only provide a C library. Other features would go in other libraries!