Wait, Yoyo... so, how can Darwin be "both the kernal (Mach) and the shell" and yet "that means that Darwin is not the kernal itself" Now I'm going cross-eyed!<br><br>If Darwin is only the intersection of the kernal and the shell, is it just then a theoretical thing or what?<br><br>Yes, I saw the booby picture, but that still doesn't explain it completely (whew, I love computers, but I've got A LOT to learn about Unix)<br><br>
Simple, grasshopper. It's like the smile on Alec's dog image. It takes neither lip is a smile by itself, but both together are.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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