What do to about BitKeeper and the Linux Kernel

Moritz Schulte moritz at duesseldorf.ccc.de
Sat Mar 9 20:51:47 UTC 2002

"M E Leypold @ labnet" <leypold at informatik.uni-tuebingen.de> writes:

>  > The funny thing is that the Hurd isn't a kernel and lives completely
>  > in user-space. :)
> Hardly.

The Hurd itself lives indeed entirely in userspace.  "The Hurd" means
only those servers running on _top_ of the (micro)-kernel.  Sure,
without a kernel, on which the Hurd could run on, it wouldn't be of
much use.
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