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GNU/Linux and userland/kernel

From: yuhong
Subject: GNU/Linux and userland/kernel
Date: Sat, 5 Apr 2008 00:18:44 -0700 (PDT)
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I in the end figured out a userland/kernel syntax where any OS that
uses the GNU core userland (libc and utils) have to be called GNU/*.
Get it? So an embedded Linux system that uses BusyBox would not have
been called GNU/Linux. A normal Linux distro that uses the GNU
userland would be called GNU/Linux. A port of the GNU userland on top
of *BSD would be called GNU/*BSD.

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