DragonFly BSD Architecture
Jaime Andrés Ballesteros
jaimeandresb at gmail.com
Wed Apr 6 15:21:45 PDT 2005
But i have another question. The Linux base kernel is not a BSD Base?
which are their principal diferences? or is just a philosophy?
On Apr 6, 2005 4:20 PM, Bill Hacker <wbh at xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Gabriel Ambuehl wrote:
> > Bill Hacker wrote:
> >>Mostly it does.
> >>The 'BSD basics' are covered here:
> > I haven't looked at it personally, but seeing how old 4.4BSD really is,
> > http://www.awprofessional.com/bookstore/product.asp?isbn=0201702452&rl=1
> > might be a better choice.
> Not old. MKM et al book was about the concepts and theory.
> Implementation has evolved, theory is still highly relevant,
> especially if one is coming from a Windows or Linux background,
> where there is no direct counterpart.
> Those are 'organic' OS / environments. Adapted and 'grown', then
> adapted again, etc., but not designed in advance, 'purpose built',
> or 'architected' per se.
> Understanding that difference in origin helps avoid confusion
> and 'holy wars' between why Linux goes one way and BSD another.
> Horses for courses.
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