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---"i've used over 400 distinct .iso of gnu operating systems (or bsd, and a few others dotted around)."

--There isn't over 400 distributions of HURD operating system... Only a few and they don't even work well as HURD isn't working operating system.

--GNU would have their own operating system working if Linus would not have started Linux what gathered OS developers around it.

--Even that GNU project maintains/develops great system programs, system utilities and many application programs and libraries, they just have failed with HURD operating system and good luck is that we have Linux to take its place.


i cant tell if you're trying to be funny, or if you really do have such a wacko take of the situation. that^s probably just trolling, but incase it's not, i shall respond.

linus made a kernel, he and some others might call it an opperating system, but i think the majority of us call an opperating system the combination of all the parts of the... operating system. not just the kernel.

it is the GNU opperating system. and the Linux Kernel. and the HURD kernel ~ which itself is broken up into smaller components, including a micro kernel. ... and you get the BSD opperating system, and it uses the BSD kernel.

Linux, or whatever kernel you use, is almost certainly only a very small portion of your complete opperating system.

~ on a side note about the hurd... HURD development continues, and is actually quite useable, though not yet recommended for mission critical or production environment yet. i recently heard they're looking around for a new microkernel to replace mach with. i think i heard someone mention reviving old L4 sources. It's really powerful technology, i can see why it's worth continuing to develop.

just because we so often use the word "linux" as shorthand for GNU|Linux, doesnt really mean the opperating system is called linux, in a strict sense.

to further clarify the point, about gnu or bsd being the name of the opperating system and the words linux and hurd being the kernels, my favorite main distro is gentoo. i could go for gentoo with a hurd, bsd, or linux kernel. or even some others (but lets not confuse things further).
i could do so with all the same stuff to interface with, just a different kernel (and a few compatibility changes). same opperating system install, different kernels.

kernel != opperating system.

they're not synonymous.

... unless you're the unique breed of "kernel developer". ;p

if you want to put this to the test further, try running your "opperating system" without everything but the kernel, and see how well the system opperatates. :P XD ;D


so anyways, when i said gnu, i didnt mean hurd, as you seemed to interpret it. i meant gnu. as in GNU|Linux, *AND* GNU|HURD, and whatever else is on the go too. it was a conscious decision to use the word gnu alone, because not all distros i had used, used the linux kernel. some used hurd, some used xen, and i think there were even a few that used other stuff too... after about 300 you kinda start to loose track of it all.

i hope that makes sense to you now, you probable jester you. ^_^

p.s.
amen for the freedom to interchange ALL components of our free software opperating systems. ... on that note, oh for more alternatives to gcc and xorg. ;D
Feb 08 2012
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