> b) NetBSD kernel
> c) FreeBSD kernel
I'd take one of these two. NetBSD because of it's portability and
FreeBSD because of speed and the support of SMP.
But NetBSD will get SMP, too, so it is probably the better choice.
> c) mostly GNU utilities + some very system dependent userland
If you want to create a Debian BSD, you'll have to do it the Debian
way. And the Debian way is much to good for not following it.
Ihr, die ihr die Juden hasst, warum habt ihr ihre Religion angenommen?
- From: Andreas Krennmair <email@example.com>