|Subject:||Re: How to create a Hurd translator?|
|Date:||Mon, 20 Apr 2020 20:11:40 +0200|
> Telling the kernel how it should behave does not have to be done by a> translator, it can be a mere program as well.But, how can I run this program automatically in the system boot?
If I run the program as a service (sysvinit service), this can be dependant of the distribution (in this case, Debian), is not?
And this approach doesn't seems very secure.Are there any other way to "hang" a program of Hurd without create a translator?El lun., 20 abr. 2020 a las 19:44, Samuel Thibault (<email@example.com>) escribió:Almudena Garcia, le lun. 20 avril 2020 19:41:07 +0200, a ecrit:
> > Can't the parsing be done in userland (like we do for shutdown), and
> > just hand over the information to the kernel?
> Really, this is my idea. As this way, we can avoid the dirty addressing
> currently used, and solve this task with a hurdish approach.
"Hurdish" doesn't necessarily mean "overly complex" :)
Telling the kernel how it should behave does not have to be done by a
translator, it can be a mere program as well.
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