João Júlio Salvatti Neto <email@example.com> writes:
> I know that kernel of hurd is the mach, but what he would be hurd? They could give an
> example to me?
The Hurd is the set of userspace servers. Mach does have drivers in
kernel space. But there are a lot of things not implemented in the
kernel. So what is not in the kernel is implemented in userspace.
In GNU/Hurd we have glibc and the Hurd to replace what normally can be
found in the kernel. A few examples of what you can find in the Hurd
- Filesystem servers (ext2, ufs, iso9660fs, ftpfs, etc)
- A network stack
- Task management
- Some memory management (swap)
I think you can find detailed descriptions on hurd.gnu.org about the
Hurd. Just have a look at the documentation section.
- From: João Júlio Salvatti Neto <firstname.lastname@example.org>