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Re: rump is complete

Hi Antti, congratulations on all your hard work.  

I was curious about running NetBSD kernel code in user land run on kernels 
other than NetBSD?  For instance, running the NetBSD networking stack in 
userland on Linux etc?  What would be required to get such a system going?

Regards and thanks

On Mar 21, 2011, at 8:45 AM, Antti Kantee wrote:

> Hi,
> I have accomplished everything I want to with rump and plan to declare it
> stable in NetBSD 6.  This implies adding new interfaces will slow down,
> and changing old old ones will require backward compat.
> If you are interested in the unique possibilities offered by rump,
> now is a good time to check your use cases work as expected.
>  - antti
> For what rump is, does, and how to use it, see the usual place:

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