I suppose this is where I have the real problem with Stallman, I can
make a GNU distro
and call it whatever I like, but if I want to include the word Linux in
then the Linux must be prefixed by GNU/
There are quite a few GNU utilities shipped with Mac OSX, or should I
call that GNU/Mac GNU/OSX
Nick Murtagh wrote:
>On Friday 24 May 2002 20:50, John Allen wrote:
>>>Well as far as I know thet kernel was called "The BSD Kernel".
>>>>The point I was trying to make is that BSD is the name of a
>distribution rather than a kernel.
>>>I suppose if I released a Linux based distro called Arse, Stallman would
>>want me to call
>>it GNU/Arse. Now theres an idea.
>>>>Stallman doesn't care what you call a distribution, unless you use the
>word Linux to refer to Linux kernel + GNU system. If you used the word Arse
>to refer to a combination of the Arse kernel and the GNU system, Stallman
>might not be too happy... especially if Arse becomes really successful.
>>When you've developed Arse into a usable system, let us know :)
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