Linux kernel compatability
mj at feral.com
Thu Jan 6 04:41:24 UTC 2011
>> Hmm. Well, that's a non-starter. Storage vendors provide tools for Linux
>> and Windows. That's it. Those tools have to be used on FreeBSD.
>> Therefore, binary execution of such tools, and the infrastructure to
>> support that, is pretty much mandatory.
> Minimal Windows required to run storage configuration tools may run just
> from USB flash drive, you don't need to infect FreeBSD just for that.
No, that's a non-starter still
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