Re: hurd does NOT need /hurd
"Rune B. Broberg" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> You seem to asume that the Hurd will be the only operating system to use
> these "translators", and thus want to use a directory named after the
> Hurd, whereas I think there might be other implementations of this at
> some point, and I'd rather have a directory/place for translators that's
> a little more general than /hurd.
I don't think there will be.
However, even if there are others who use a similar concept, if they
use the same translator startup mechanism, then the *are* the Hurd.
The Hurd, at its most central core, is just the protocols that the
cooperating servers use.
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