Re: Musings on Darwin ...
I recall waay back on Apr 05 when Brent Fulgham wrote:
> Darwin is now purportedly available for i386 (or rather, it compiles
> under i386 but may not yet quite work).
I was having similar thoughts myself. The important thing is that Darwin
is a Mach-based microkernel, much like Hurd. I wonder if the two sets of
developers couldn't cooperate on a number of things. It would be yet
another non-Linux port. But it is also fairly interesting, because there
is the possibility of fat binary packages (i.e., it ALL goes in -all).
Does anyone know anything else about the availability of an i386 version?
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