Re: Glibc-based Debian GNU/KNetBSD
Robert Millan <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> 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.
Why do you want NetBSD's kernel? You obviously believe everything that
NetBSD has done is fecal, so what would the point of contaminating the
"superior" GNU userland with a crappy NetBSD kernel?
Perry E. Metzger email@example.com