"John P. Looney" <valen at tuatha.org> writes:
> "With my glibc port, I can already build simple applications, but
> most won't run because they need a filesystem or other gimmicks
> (like, uhm, fork and exec), and I only have stubs (dummy functions
> which always return an error) for that now," he added in a later
>> Maybe it's not quite ready.
It's not ready, but the above quote isn't representative.
The Hurd has had glibc and filesystems and fork and exec and even gimmicks
for a long time, they're just temporarily broken right now due to the
port-in-progress from the Mach microkernel the L4 microkernel.
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