Package for Fedora and Alpine Linux

Home Assistant ships its own management logic for the dependencies. This works pretty well and keep the dependency tree minimal. Usually it doesn’t make sense to install the binding for X if you don’t use X. The issue here is that there are modules which requires compiling c extensions and this is time-consuming.

The idea is now to use as many dependencies as possible through the distribution’s package management system. Especially netifaces or the whole Z-Wave stuff. This way the installation is faster and the modules are system-wide available.

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