Re: Glibc and NetBSD
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Robert Millan <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Debian has 9000 packages now, and all them are proven to build with the
> kernel Linux and the GNU libc. Some are also proven to work with the GNU
> Hurd and the GNU libc. Very few are proven to work with the *BSD kernels
> and the *BSD libcs.
So, your opinion is that using glibc (which has very little track
record of working with a BSD kernel) is the right answer?
IMHO, this is the wrong way to look at things. If packages are so
linux (and glibc is linux slanted, IMHO) they should be fixed to be
more unix, not making the unix world more linux.
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