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Re: Debian FreeBSD

On Tue, Apr 27, 1999 at 01:22:58AM -0400, Adam Di Carlo wrote:
> "Darren O. Benham" <gecko@debian.org> writes:
> > I havn't asked yet.  My first task is to get dpkg running.. and before that
> > I need to get glibc2 running (or decide on a replacement.  there's a glibc
> > port to freebsd and I am waiting to find out how far along they are).
> Would you have to run glibc?  There's a *BSD libc that seems to work
> just fine and is probably more well supported.  What are the arguments
> against using that?

None.  Part of the "problem" is deciding how much to make GNU and how much
to leave native...

Or more the the point...when does BSD become Debian GNU/BSD?  When does
Solaris become Debian GNU/Solaris (there is such a project, right?)

Please cc all mailing list replies to me, also.
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