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Re: question on binary emulation of linux on netbsd/arm ports
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Jason Thorpe <thorpej%shagadelic.org@localhost> writes:
: I don't see why... One OS is for the Mac, one for the iPhone. They
: both share some significant pieces, but there are also some
: differences (APIs not available on but available on the other, etc.).
Much like NetBSD and OpenBSD are both BSD under the covers, but there
are some important differences? Or much like NetBSD and Linux are
Unix-like operating systems?
: -- thorpej@iPhone
: On Jan 10, 2009, at 5:08 PM, Havard Eidnes <he%NetBSD.org@localhost> wrote:
: >> I have never seen the iPhone OS referred to as "Mac OS X" in Apple's
: >> materials. Any why would it be referred to as "Mac OS X"? It's
: >> *not*
: >> the Mac OS. It's the iPhone OS, and referred to by Apple as "OS X".
: > And that's not even just a little bit prone to cause confusion? :)
: > Regards,
: > - Håvard
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