On Tue, Jun 26, 2001 at 11:52:35PM +0800, Nero wrote:
> 1) either B or C - NetBSD for the portability
> factor, FreeBSD for speed.
> 2) C. This would make it pretty much Debian, with
> a BSD kernel.
1) -> AFAIK FreeBSD is by far more widespread than the others.
2) -> Definitely I prefer the GNU wonderland; although for BSD
customary people "Debian GNU/FreeBSD" could offer optional BSD native
packages. In fact, Debian GNU/Linux itself offers some BSD packages.
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> From: Andreas Krennmair <email@example.com>
> Sent: Tue, 26 Jun 2001 16:49:46 +0200
> To: Debian-BSD Mailinglist
> Subject: vote
> This is a vote what system that we should take as
> basis for our project.
> 1) Which kernel?
> a) OpenBSD kernel
> b) NetBSD kernel
> c) FreeBSD kernel
> d) Darwin kernel
> 2) What userland
> a) only the userland that came with the chosen
> b) "native" userland + some GNU utilities
> c) mostly GNU utilities + some very system
> dependent userland
> Vote, comment, give feedback (please).
> Andreas Krennmair
> /* let's suicide: */
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