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Re: Hurdish applications for persistence

From: ams
Subject: Re: Hurdish applications for persistence
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2005 15:56:48 +0200

   A problem here is that programs aren't and shouldn't be written
   solely for the Hurd.

They should! What would the point be of the GNU system if they aren't?
This is a GNU project after all, and the goal is to produce a concise
system, the GNU system.  Not a bunch of programs that can run on any
platform out there.  The only thing one should worry about is
portability across architectures, but across systems it is pointless.

   But chroot exists, and if you replace it by a library call, nobody
   will use it.

One can also always fix chroot()/file_reparent().

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