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  1. #31

    Re: linux and GNU

    Or does GNU not compile correctly on
    all Unixes?
    Any computer with a working copy of gcc can compile and run the GNU tools.

  2. #32
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    Re: linux and GNU




    Any computer with a working copy of gcc can compile and run the GNU tools.
    Whether people like RMS or not, you gotta admit that the GNU project has some fscking good tools.

  3. #33

    Re: linux and GNU

    you gotta admit that the GNU project has some fscking good tools.
    For sure!

    I think it's pretty funny actually. MS is trying to kill open source, saying it's bad... in the mean time, the GNU tools are the most sophisticated of all the Unices (example -- freebsd's date program can't take natural language dates as an argument, GNU's can )

  4. #34

    Re: linux and GNU

    I think what this ultimately boils down to is whether or not you think developers should get credit for the work they do. The GNU project is the largest contributor of software in a GNU/Linux distribution, and they request that we give them credit in the title. They are willing to settle for equal credit; it's not like they're asking us to call the system solely "GNU."

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