this is how i went.
1) google Hurd I am feeling lucky goes to gnu website. lots of pointers to
Hurd and Mach CVS and official user guides et al.
2) goto irc.feenode.net
#hurd. ppl will help you out but , be ware no silly
questions the hurd ppl are really busy hacking so they dont like lame things.
so dont skip step 1
AFAIK the hurd runs on Mach which is quite slow. so ppl are trying to shift (
port ) to OSKit and in the future to thing called l4 ( google it ). But l4
is written in C++. so hurd needs to be ported again.
What i dont understand is that WHY linux and Hurd binaries are incompatible.
and why cant there be a simple mechnism which can be used so that Linux
drivers can be compiled to Hurd servers. ( althought linux 2.2 drivers have
been ported ot some extent )
pls excuse my newbieness on this topic.
On Friday 01 August 2003 11:03 am, Ajay Cuncoliencar wrote:
i'm really interested in the concept of
i should be having a hurd system running soon ...
please let me know if uve got any special info on the
( hey trevor R U gonna BE at IrOcK??? )
On Fri, 2003-08-01 at 12:26, Warren Norrix wrote:
> On Thu, 31 Jul 2003 23:21:29 +0530
> Rahul Saxena <rahul.saxena(a)SoftHome.net> wrote:
> | anyone around hacking hurd, working on micro kernels ?
> Check out GNU Fans they have a nice hurd installer. Debian Only.
> Warren Norrix.
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