Microkernel version of FreeBSD

Murray Taylor murraytaylor at bytecraft.com.au
Sun Jan 16 19:09:15 PST 2005

On Mon, 2005-01-17 at 12:21, Kris Kennaway wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 16, 2005 at 08:17:47PM -0500, Nicholas Ink wrote:
> > Dear FreeBSD,
> > 	Is there a microkernel version of the FreeBSD software that has 
> > 	source code available for download?
> No, the closest thing would be Darwin and xmach.
> Kris
This isnt microkernel per se, but if you are looking for a small
implementation try this


We have some bridging routers running out of 14Mb of flash
with a good selection of the standard tools.

I dont know how much you wish to drop but I suspect that 
you could do away with s number of tools in the selection,
and minimise the kernel configuration a lot from where we have it set.


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