Re: Glibc-based Debian GNU/KNetBSD
On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 10:03:11AM -0500, Perry E.Metzger wrote:
> BTW, NetBSD gets a lot out of the tight integration of the libraries
> and kernel. What we get is completely seamless integration -- and that
> buys us quite a bit.
> In general, I can see why one would want to combine the advantages of
> Debian and NetBSD, but I can't see why one would want to produce
> something less functional than either. I think if you replace too much
> of NetBSD in doing what you're trying to do, you just end up with a
> crippled Linux rather than something synergetic.
No, we combine the advantages of Debian, GNU, and the kernel of NetBSD.
The superiority of GNU userland repect to NetBSD's is an issue too, and you
seem to be ignoring it.
"[..] but the delight and pride of Aule is in the deed of making, and in the
thing made, and neither in possession nor in his own mastery; wherefore he
gives and hoards not, and is free from care, passing ever on to some new work."
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