Subject: Re: NetBSD/Linux 'distribution'
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From: Neil A. Carson <>
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Date: 02/19/1999 20:15:30
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To me, the advantages of BSD are in the userlands, not so much in the
kernel: Linux userlands (whatever they may be) are, on the whole, a
meddled mess. The NetBSD one is concise; if anything I'd want to do the
opposite of what you suggest, though to be honest I don't see the point
in doing either.