Re: Is the debian-doc kfreeBSD-ready?
2012/4/11 Steven Chamberlain <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> What about:
> "Debian can use either the Linux kernel or kFreeBSD at its core, but
> most of the basic OS tools come from the GNU project; hence the names
> Debian GNU/Linux or Debian GNU/kFreeBSD."
> Since kFreeBSD is the the kernel's name.
FWIW, I have never heard anyone use the term “kFreeBSD” in a
non-Debian context; therefore I find it strange to use it at such an
What about using “kernel of FreeBSD” and indicating that the
abbreviation for that is “kFreeBSD”? E.g.:
“Debian can use either Linux or the kernel of FreeBSD (called
kFreeBSD) at its core”
I replaced “the Linux kernel” with just “Linux”, but that may be a
personal preference (i.e., according to me, “the Linux kernel” sounds
as if Linux is not itself just a kernel). Alternatively one could use:
“Debian can use either the Linux kernel or the kernel of FreeBSD
(called kFreeBSD) at its core”
A. Because it breaks the logical sequence of discussion.
Q. Why is top posting bad?