Starch Linux: OpenBSD Atop Arch's Linux Kernel

Posted by tracyanne on Jan 25, 2013 11:52 AM EDT
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Earlier this week I wrote about Arch BSD: a new operating system that is based upon Arch Linux but in place of the Linux kernel is FreeBSD's kernel. To talk about today is Starch Linux, a distribution also derived from Arch but its approach is the opposite. Starch Linux still runs off Arch's Linux kernel but it has an OpenBSD user-space...

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