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(I've already noticed that this question was asked before but I think it has not been answered in a way I'd like to understand the topic.)

What are the conceptual and structural differences between a

  • Linux Kernel
  • BSD Kernel (let's say FreeBSD if it helps to be specific)

While at the end of the day they are both kernels - I would assume that there might be differences in structure, functionality and specialization. In which scenarios would one kind of kernel have an advantage over the other? (Web Server, Database, Computing, etc.)

Are there any joint efforts to concentrate forces for one common kernel or certain modules or would that be pointless anyway?

PS: Different license types or shipping/packaging/maintaining approaches are not of importance in this context. I'm really interested in understanding how they differ on structural, functional/feature level and specialization.

(I've already noticed that this question was asked before but I think it has not been answered in a way I'd like to understand the topic.)

What are the conceptual and structural differences between a

  • Linux Kernel
  • BSD Kernel (let's say FreeBSD if it helps to be specific)

While at the end of the day they are both kernels - I would assume that there might be differences in structure, functionality and specialization. In which scenarios would one kind of kernel have an advantage over the other? (Web Server, Database, Computing, etc.)

Are there any joint efforts to concentrate forces for one common kernel or certain modules or would that be pointless anyway?

PS: Different license types or shipping/packaging/maintaining approaches are not of importance in this context. I'm really interested in understanding how they differ on structural, functional/feature level and specialization.

(I've already noticed that this question was asked before but I think it has not been answered in a way I'd like to understand the topic.)

What are the conceptual and structural differences between a

  • Linux Kernel
  • BSD Kernel (let's say FreeBSD)

While at the end of the day they are both kernels - I would assume that there might be differences in structure, functionality and specialization. In which scenarios would one kind of kernel have an advantage over the other? (Web Server, Database, Computing, etc.)

Are there any joint efforts to concentrate forces for one common kernel or certain modules or would that be pointless anyway?

PS: Different license types or shipping/packaging/maintaining approaches are not of importance in this context. I'm really interested in understanding how they differ on structural, functional/feature level and specialization.

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Conceptual difference between Linux and (Free)BSD Kernel

(I've already noticed that this question was asked before but I think it has not been answered in a way I'd like to understand the topic.)

What are the conceptual and structural differences between a

  • Linux Kernel
  • BSD Kernel (let's say FreeBSD if it helps to be specific)

While at the end of the day they are both kernels - I would assume that there might be differences in structure, functionality and specialization. In which scenarios would one kind of kernel have an advantage over the other? (Web Server, Database, Computing, etc.)

Are there any joint efforts to concentrate forces for one common kernel or certain modules or would that be pointless anyway?

PS: Different license types or shipping/packaging/maintaining approaches are not of importance in this context. I'm really interested in understanding how they differ on structural, functional/feature level and specialization.