>> The Linux emulation isn't intended to be a complete replacement for
>> native ABI. It's just a layer that upstream maintains in order to run
>> a specific set of applications. This layer is severely limited in
>> other areas and can't be used as a "general ABI for everything" as you
>> envisioned (that is, unless you don't mind crippling Debian
>> GNU/kFreeBSD and turn it into a toy OS).
> If half the effort that has gone into the creation of Debian
> GNU/kFreeBSD went into improving the Linuxulator so that it could be
> used this way, would that still be the case?
Please try to found such (wo)man-power and we can compare later.