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Re: Debian boot system

In Fri, 6 Oct 2000 12:33:07 +0200 Eyal Lotem <eyal@hyperroll.com> cum veritate scripsit :

> Hello,
>   I've been pondering a new way to boot a Unix system,  and I was hoping to 
> hear your oppinion about it or if anyone has already attempted to implement 
> it.
>   A simple solution to this problem,  is to describe the boot process with a 
> simple Makefile, which is more powerful in its description of dependencies, 
> and could even make management of the boot system simpler.   This Makefile 
> will also make the booting system easily parallel, using the -j feature of 
> GNU make.
>   Was this system ever considered?  Should I create a draft Makefile to boot 
> the system?

Sounds like what the Hurd people are trying to do ;)
try debian-hurd. 


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