Re: status debian/openbsd
> The value of an OpenBSD port extends beyond the potential security
> benefits. Making packages portable across kernels is very valuable. I
> would like to be able to go into any OS and run a Debian system.
The point is that, as far as I understood things, Andreas' Debian/OpenBSD was
not about porting Debian to OpenBSD but, rather, to package OpenBSD with dpkg.
>From what you say, I gather you want something more like the
Does anyone have any comments on how (non)trivial it would be to package the
OpenBSD kernel/libc, given the already- and soon-to-be-existing Debian/NetBSD
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