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Re: Doubt

Thanks Marco.

---- Mensagem Original ----
From: "Marco Gerards" <metgerards@student.han.nl>
To: =?iso-8859-1?q?Jo=E3o_J=FAlio_Salvatti_Neto?= <salvatti@mandic.com.br>
Sent: Qui, Julho 29, 2004 9:59 am
Subject: Re: Doubt

> João Júlio Salvatti Neto <salvatti@mandic.com.br> writes:
> Hi,
>>   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
> are:
> - Filesystem servers (ext2, ufs, iso9660fs, ftpfs, etc)
> - A network stack
> - Console
> - 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.
> --
> Marco

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