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Re: Debian GNU/Unix replaces Debian GNU/Linux


> I would much rather have Debian GNU/Unix which provides Linux and FreeBSD
> kernels side by side, instead of setting up a whole new Debian GNU/FreeBSD
> distribution, where only a few megs of binaries would be different to the
> Linux edition, and all the rest would be duplication. (Since FreeBSD DOES
> run our current linux binaries)

I have a question.  Doesn't using the name "Unix" require some sort of
certification?  Isn't that the reason why Linux is called a "Unix-like"
OS?  Thanks for any clarification.

Ossama Othman <othman@cs.wustl.edu>
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