On Tuesday 09 December 2003 00:37, Vahric MUHTARYAN wrote: > Hi Everybody , > > it's not easy to jump from one operating system to other one , > sometimes people can have too much habit and it's searching same ones in > other , for good understanding it is asking why ?! :)
Well, if you're talking about "operating systems" you answered your question yourself! > > I want to ask why userland , base-system and Kernel are together ?! > What is the meaning of this . I mean sync. all source and start to build > new system from the beginning is to hard , it takes too much time and can > have some risk .I don't understand How ISP can use FreeBSD because at the > building time , machine will be off. Okey Maybe yahoo can use it because What a nonsens! > it's clustered environment and it's easyly remove one of the machine > install new version or patch it if any problem occur it can be reinstalled > after that making standart configuration now it's ready. > > > I think that Kernel must be seperate of userland because it's managing You think? *lol* > and controling processes and I don't need rebuild kernel too much if I have > no problem with device driver or if I don't need to add something to > kernel for support ( instead of Firewall or like important things ) . > > > Why some programs are in base system . What is the meaning of Sendmail > or SSH in base system . Programs are only executable things What is the > relation about those programs with base system ?! > > > in list Some members said that I can patch a system with watching > Security Advisories but same people said that " Sometimes it'wont and I > have to do full kernel / world / build / plus install and reboot " Why ? > What is the problem ?! > > > Which list I have to watch for which Relese will have production > quality ?!! </trollfeeding> > > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list > http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions > To unsubscribe, send any mail to > "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"