Kernels (Re: [OT] Interview)
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On Tuesday 24 July 2007, email@example.com
was heard to say:
> > The GNU Hurd has existed long before Linux existed. Hurd has
> > been in development for many years. (Hurd is technology of the
> > future. Always has been and some say always will be. :-)
As even its advocates have noted, no matter how much better a
micro-kernel system looks in teory, in practice it is a royal bitch
to debug. On top of everything else, there are message-order issues
which just do not occur in a monolithic kernel.
Minix gets away with it by being utterly simple, as a college CS
course experiment is good to be.
I like to think of the MACH kernel as the system-level equivalent of
Duke Nuke'm Forever.
September 11th, 2001
The proudest day for gun control and central
planning advocates in American history
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