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UML and the Hurd


Does it seem to be very dummy to port the linux kernel
to the Hurd?  The linux kernel can be compiled with
ARCH=um to create an elf executable, that can run
in user space, just like any other processes in linux.
Would it a big work to hack the kernel to run under
the Hurd?  Or what's with the other side: heck the
Mach to run on linux like a user mode linux kernel?
Sorry if I'm burbling...


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