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Friday, February 4, 2005

GNU/Hurd Actually Does Something

After about 15 years of work, a program has finally been executed using the GNU/Hurd L4 kernel. Boy, at this rate they might be able to access the Internet by 2030! Hurd seems to be a case study in how just because something is a technically better idea, doesn't mean that it's the best way to go. It took a couple of years after the Netscape 4 code was ditched that Mozilla came about. Why Hurd has taken so long is beyond me. It seems to be an answer to a question no one is asking.

News for 02/04/2005

Recent Headlines

January 5, 2015: It Returns!
August 10, 2007: SCO SUCKS IT DOWN!
July 5, 2007: Slackware 12.0 Released
May 20, 2007: PhpBB 3.0 RC 1 Released
February 2, 2007: DOOM3 1.31 Patch

January 27, 2007: Join the World Community Grid
January 17, 2007: Flash Player 9 for Linux
December 30, 2006: Darkness over Daggerford 1.2
December 19, 2006: Pocket Tunes 4.0 Released
December 9, 2006: WRT54G 1.01.1 Firmware OK with Linux/Mac

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