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Re: How to identify "running on a Hurd system"?

On August 25, 2017 12:19:01 AM GMT-06:00, Narcis Garcia <informatica@actiu.net> wrote:
>El 24/08/17 a les 23:12, AlexLikeRock ha escrit:
>> On August 24, 2017 2:53:43 PM GMT-06:00, Christoph Biedl
><debian.axhn@manchmal.in-ulm.de> wrote:
>>> Samuel Thibault wrote...
>>>> It's not vague :)
>>>> GNU/Hurd is *the* GNU system, no other system is supposed to make
>>>> uname -s return "GNU".
>>> That's fairly straight. So I'll blame you if the code should ever
>>> :)
>>>    Christoph
>> I agree, GNU/hurd its simple original "GNU"
>Nobody runs the original GNU but evolved operating systems (including
>GNU+Linux, GNU+Hurd, etc.)
>GNU is an operating system, and has some kernel.
>Which kernel software runs GNU apart of Linux and Kfreebsd?

GNU+ minix
GNU+.... More

I mean that, in the case of Hurd, it is of gnu, need not be specified the kernel.
Its own 

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