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    SubjectRe: Technical Differences of *BSD and Linux
    [ Reply-To set to me:  This is probably off topic for all of the lists:
    all of the ones I read, anyway. ]

    On Fri, Jan 24, 2003 at 10:03:53AM -0800, Bill Studenmund wrote:
    > > 2. How does it differ? What are the technical reasoning
    > > behind the decisions?
    >
    > They differ in most technical areas. Mainly as the *BSD kernels were
    > derived from 4.4-Lite, and Linux was derived, I believe, from Minux.

    Point of order: Linux was a cleanroom implementation, using IIRC Minux
    as the host OS until such time as it became self-hosting.

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