Free Your Phone
david.schlesinger at palmsource.com
Sat Jan 20 22:24:16 CET 2007
On 1/20/07 1:18 PM, "Dave Crossland" <dave at lab6.com> wrote:
> On 20/01/07, Koen Kooi <koen at dominion.kabel.utwente.nl> wrote:
>> Dave Crossland schreef:
>>> Can the FIC marketting department call it 'the OpenMoko GNU/Linux
>> How much GNU software must be present to call it a GNU/linux distribution? Do
>> I still need
>> to call it gnu/linux if I use uclibc and busybox?
> Looking back at the annoucement, I see:
>>>> * gcc 4.1.1
>>>> * binutils 126.96.36.199.5
>>>> * glibc 2.4
>>>> * glib 2.6.4
>>>> * gtk 2.6.10
> So IMO this is clearly a GNU/Linux system.
More than it's a "GTK/GNU/Linux" system...? Or an "X/GTK/GNU/Linux"
system...? Or a "list your favorite twenty components/X/GTK/GNU/Linux"
This is silly stuff, in my opinion. If the Free Software Foundation wants to
call something "GNU/Linux" that badly, let 'em put together their own
distribution and call it whatever they like.
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