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Re: *BSD and GNU/*BSD nomenclature

"${john}$" <${john}$@sneakerpimp.fsnet.co.uk> writes:

[for Linux]
> In practice, there is no other userland that you could be talking
> about, and we all know it.

This isn't quite true these days; most embedded Linux systems use
busybox and uClibc/dietlibc instead of coreutils (etc.) and glibc, so
aren't really GNU systems any more. The "proper" GNU userland is
certainly a lot nicer for usage on big machines, but it's no longer
the only choice.

Adam Sampson <azz@us-lot.org>                   <http://azz.us-lot.org/>

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