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SubjectRe: is Linux obsolete?
Mark Lord wrote:
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> David Leal wrote:
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> > about monolithic kernels vs microkernels. I noticed most OSes being
> > developed today are microkernel based, e. g. Windows NT, GNU HURD, BeOS...
>
> Err.. you missed a few less obscure ones: Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris..

Err.. did you misunderstand the enumeration? Or is your definition
of micro-kernel enormously flexible? What common O/S service is
supported outside of the kernel on any of those 3 systems? (note
that modules are part of the kernel once they are loaded)

Sam


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