bill at billsaysthis.com
Wed Apr 30 12:20:33 PDT 2003
I asked because I'm new to the free *NIX scene and one of the puzzles,
for me, is the differences between the two 'main' kernels. Since you are
generally in favor of Debian as a distro, I thought you or others might
have experimented with both and would be able to share some comments.
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> [mailto:conspire-admin at linuxmafia.com] On Behalf Of Rick Moen
> Sent: Wednesday, April 30, 2003 12:17 PM
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> Subject: Re: [conspire] Debian/BSD
> Quoting Heather Stern (star at starshine.org):
> > Debian/Sparc runs just fine actually! So maybe you should
> try something
> > weirder, like an rs6000 ?
> Love to. ;->
> But I'm still left wondering why Bill felt Debian on a NetBSD
> kernel is
> particularly of interest because it runs on IA32.
> Not that I haven't tried to do even more perverse things: I
> keep trying
> to find an x86 system compatible with Apple Darwin. The installer
> always chokes.
> If I ever were to succeed, it would result in a kind of funky NetBSD,
> except one lacking (initially) X11 software.
> Cheers, "Get the facts first. You can
> distort them later."
> Rick Moen
> -- Mark Twain
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