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    The end of the linux kenel?


    Apart from the new drivers that have to be made do u think there will ever be an end to the linux kernel where it is absolutly perfect?

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    Re: The end of the linux kenel?

    Quote Originally Posted by Viper8896
    Apart from the new drivers that have to be made do u think there will ever be an end to the linux kernel where it is absolutly perfect?
    as Flatline said, nothing is perfect, and linux is far from it. It is a relatively standard design. There was the Micro vs marco kernel discussion between Linus and Andrew Tanenbaum, there is the Hurd (which is developing very slowly which has some new feature (create you own filesystem for example), reworking code, etc.....
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microkernel
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_Hurd
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    There will more than likely also be extra technologies that would be useful to incorporate into the kernel, so the development will continue (if nothing else) adding extra harware in
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