[Nottingham] Does HURD do anything yet?

Simon Huggins nottingham at mailman.lug.org.uk
Fri Feb 21 13:52:02 2003

On Fri, Feb 21, 2003 at 10:26:02AM +0000, Alex Tibbles wrote:
> > (Or is this a very silly question because the Mach/Hurd kernel
> > supports far fewer interfaces/services than the Linux kernel?)
> It's meant to work with the GNU system so it does support gcc et al. 

Has anyone here tried hurd yet?  Does it actually /do/ anything yet?
Reading the install guide it can run X at least so maybe it can.

Things like:
	Sit back and watch the messages. This is actually more important
	than most people believe: there is a bug in GNU Mach whereby
	hitting a key during the boot process causes the kernel to

Don't really inspire confidence.


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