Bill Moran writes:

>First would be historical.  BSD is historically a monolithic kernel.  The 
>you rely on modules, the more the kernel acts like a microkernel.  I suspect

The kernel will still not be a microkernel.. it doesn't really matter
at what time the stuff is linked; a microkernel generally uses message
passing between mostly independent server processes, which is not what
the BSD kernel does.

Matthias Buelow

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