Re: Debian FreeBSD
> > Further aside: BSD has had the ability to run Linux software for quite
> > a while, so recompiling for a BSD kernel isn't about giving BSD people
> > access to debian software.
On Thu, Nov 18, 1999 at 09:22:33PM -0800, Joey Hess wrote:
> No, it's about giving Debian users access to an alternative kernel.
Very little software should need to be recompiled in this case -- just
use the bsd kernel with the linux compatability library.
The post I saw looked like an attempt to marshal support for recompiling
every debian package.
If the purpose is indeed what you say the approach is all wrong.