GNU Hurd

Joerg Schilling schilling at
Sun Mar 10 16:39:23 UTC 2002

I am sorry, but I am only seeing weeny type arguments for HURD.

Looking at the HURD programming progress shows up that there was
some progress in 1996 and 1997. Please note that this was some years
_after_ Linux became successful. For this reason, I cannot see that
Linux should be responsible for the HURD desaster.

If you believe that Hurd is a good idea, then stop talking about hurd
and start working on hurd. Once it becomes usable and has the features
requested by the users it will be used by a noticable number of people.

Any OS that nobody likes to run cdrecord on could be considered dead these

"Es gibt nichts gutes außer man tut es...."


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