Re: hurd does NOT need /hurd
Jiri Klouda <email@example.com> writes:
> 1) They are both kernel extensions
Hurd translators are not kernel extensions.
> 3) They are not libraries (linux modules are not for sure)
Linux modules are libraries in the same way that any shared library
> 4) They are executed as modules of kernel, no matter what
> is the mechanism that trigers it and no matter if its
> super user or normal user to triger it.
No, the Hurd servers are not at all part of the kernel.
> 5) They are both not executables and should not be in path.
Hurd translators *are* executables.
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