> I understand that Debian GNU/kFreeBSD currently builds software using
> the FreeBSD ABI. It might be easier to make some changes to FreeBSD's
> linux emulation and Debian Linux's packages so that the FreeBSD kernel
> could boot a Linux userland using the same binaries used in Debian
> Linux. This would make many things start working and reduce the things
> that you need to maintain dramatically.
Please could, you give us some examples of what does not work correctly
using FreeBSD ABI and works using Linuxator ABI ?
> There is not much interest in this in either Gentoo or FreeBSD, but I
> thought it might be worthwhile to share the idea with you. Right now, I
> have Gentoo Linux's userland running in a FreeBSD jail nearly perfectly,
> so it is definitely possible.
What kind of userland ? Do you have working X-server, attached printers,
Q: Is it possible to run Linux binaries under Debian GNU/kFreeBSD kernel?
A: Only as long as standard FreeBSD Linux Compatibility Layer is
sufficient. Some symlinks might be missing. The basic linux-i386 chroot of
etch and lenny under kfreebsd-amd64 and kfreebsd-i386 works.