Gentoo and FreeBSD
kris at obsecurity.org
Sat Oct 15 12:45:00 PDT 2005
On Sat, Oct 15, 2005 at 03:13:36PM -0400, Sean wrote:
> I came across the Gentoo/FreeBSD project at
> A description states
> What is Gentoo/FreeBSD?
> Gentoo/FreeBSD is an effort to provide a fully-capable FreeBSD operating
> system with Gentoo's design sensibilities. The long-term goal of the
> Gentoo/BSD project is to allow users to choose any combination of *BSD
> or Linux kernels, *BSD or GNU libc, and *BSD or GNU userland tools.
> What exactly does this gain a user?
> Use of both Linux and FreeBSD fully, partially, some sort of mutant
> FreeBSD is a complete from top to bottom, so again, what does this combo
> do for a user?
You'd have to ask them, they have nothing to do with the freebsd project.
> Would this gain something else instead of having linux support enabled?
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