Re: Stop Debian/FreeBSD
> > I guess you just can't see how this is different from the case where
> > you have two different kernels for the same cpu, and they already have
> > the capability of running many of the same binaries?
On Sun, Nov 21, 1999 at 02:01:46PM -0500, Clint Adams wrote:
> They can? I thought iBCS was dead.
I wouldn't know and I wasn't refering to iBCS. And from your comments
below I think you know that.
> > Or did you have a point?
> Why would emulation under a different kernel be any more acceptable
> than emulation of a different processor? I know that it's been claimed
> that FreeBSD's emulation runs Linux binaries faster than Linux does,
> but come on. You say the purpose of this is to allow Debian users
> to witness the power of the FreeBSD kernel, and then you want to
> cripple it?
What problem are you trying to solve?