On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 02:21:57PM +0200, Arne Babenhauserheide wrote:

> Am I right in reading your mail, that the real show stoppers for a pure Hurd 
> environment for you are 
> * Hurd related: 
>     - Boot on laptop ;)
>     - Non-jerky X
>     - Switching between console and X
>     - A full-featured high-resolution console (doesn???t good X suffice?)
>     - WLAN
>     - Ported Firefox
>     - Flash
> * Others (have to be fixed, though): 
>     - NFS: climm, w3m, git
> Also USB, since it???s often needed??? 
> Is that about right? 

Well, roughly. But it's really hard to simplify it like this. The
original list has a lot of if's for a reason -- it really depends a lot
on the setup I choose, and thus what workarounds I can apply...

If by "pure" Hurd environment you mean having no Linux boxes at all (not
even the router) running in parallel, there are a few more showstoppers.

> Which of these would persist with Linux on the Laptop as backup?

Most of them. Dual-booting is really too much pain for all but very
sporadic use cases.


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