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From: (Michael I Bushnell)
Newsgroups: gnu.misc.discuss,comp.os.mach
Subject: Hurd now bootstraps
Date: 05 Apr 1994 21:49:50 GMT
Organization: Free Software Foundation, Cambridge, MA
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The GNU Hurd now bootstraps, successfully starting the core servers
(the filesystem, exec server, process server, auth server, and init)
and running the first program.  A snapshot of the code that did this
is on in the usual place, /gnu/hurd-snap.tar.gz.

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