Re: Does the Hurd need /hurd ?
Mark Eichin <email@example.com> writes:
> [I suspect settrans, or rather interfaces around it, are going to
> evolve the way modprobe and kerneld did, if the hurd gets significant
> exposure to Actual Users. Nothing wrong with it not happening any
> sooner than that, though.]
I have no idea. I'm miserable at predicting such things.
However, the suspicion that it will evolve like "modprobe and kerneld"
is somewhat mired in the continuing misperception that Hurd
translators are some sort of souped up kernel modules...
Er, I mean "kernel modules on acid".
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