Re: hurd does NOT need /hurd
On 20 May 2002, Damien Genet wrote:
> Le lun 20/05/2002 à 01:28, Adam Heath a écrit :
> > Now, for some other analogies, to existing practices, showing that /hurd is
> > not needed, *at all*.
> > So, why then do we really need /hurd? What are the *real* reasons?
> i suggest that you first read what the Hurd and the translator concept
> are :
All well and good, but that doesn't answer the question. Why does hurd need
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