Re: Why hurd ? was (What is hurd?)
On Mon, 24 Aug 1998 email@example.com wrote:
> The Hurd is a kernel not an OS. My take on this is that Debian is a
> collection of apps and their philosophy of package managment and the
> DFSG. The real name of Debian is 'Debian GNU/Linux', with the Hurd
> kernel it will just be 'Debian GNU/Hurd' but all the top level will be
> the same. The package managment the DFSG, etc will be identical.
> I may be wrong but that's what I have gathered.
What's the major difference between Linux and HURD then? Is HURD stable
enough for daily use?
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