The Kali Linux team is tackling a common problem: difficult to package and maintain software. While many other distributions turn to portable package formats such as Snap and Flatpak, the Kali developers are trying to make use of containers in a way which will be seamless to the user. This approach is balled Kaboxer. "Enter Kaboxer. Using containers we can put in complex non-standard package into a container and integrate it with the rest of the operating system, and bundle it up into the packaging ecosystem. This means you can apt-install a Kaboxer program and use it without needing to take any special steps." More information on Kaboxer is available in the project's announcement.
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