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Re: Debian/GNU Freebsd

On Sat, Feb 20, 1999 at 10:50:36AM +1100, Craig Sanders wrote:
> > Thanks seeS...!
> err. i'm not seeS. i think you're confusing me with Craig Small. or
> someone else. i rarely bother with irc and when i do, it's as 'cas'.

Er, I know you're not seeS...  Brain malfunction, oops.  =>

> i think the OpenBSD kernel is probably more interesting.  IIRC, it
> was originally based on the NetBSD kernel, which runs on a lot more
> architectures than FreeBSD....and on a lot of architectures which Linux
> doesn't run on.
> i don't think many people who are interested in Debian GNU/*BSD are at
> all interested in the bsd userland, as that wouldn't be debian.  The
> interesting thing would be debian running on another kernel.

Indeed...  I will take a look at the OpenBSD stuff, but I'm pretty sure
based on what I've found so far that OpenBSD isn't the same without
OpenBSD's userland.  mmmm, strong crypto in libc....

"There are 3 things to remember about being a Starship Captain: 
 Keep your shirt tucked in, go down with the ship, and never, 
 ever abandon a member of your crew."
                        -- Kathryn Janeway, Star Trek: Voyager

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