Linked by JRepin on Fri 17th Apr 2015 19:32 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes

It has been roughly a year and a half since the last release of the GNU Hurd operating system, so it may be of interest to some readers that GNU Hurd 0.6 has been released, along with GNU Mach 1.5 (the microkernel that Hurd runs on), and GNU MIG 1.5 (the Mach Interface Generator, which generates code to handle remote procedure calls). New features include procfs and random translators, cleanups and stylistic fixes, some of which came from static analysis, message dispatching improvements; integer hashing performance improvements, a split of the init server into a startup server and an init program based on System V init, and more.

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by maccouch on Mon 20th Apr 2015 12:14 UTC in reply to "?"
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Can someone enlighten me about what's so wrong about HERD?


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by Yasu on Mon 20th Apr 2015 13:28 in reply to "RE: ?"
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Still doesn't explain what is so bad about _HURD_.

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