I wanted to know in technical terms; what is the difference between
BSD Kernel and
In Linux, we can download the source kernel then
patch it and
make modules it. Even we have multiple tools to edit the kernel
config such as
xconfig and ... .
But I couldn't find such kinda vast field on BSD. First, Could I download the
BSD kernel? How could I config it? and ...
So what am I asking is: (Without referring to ancestry and etymology)
- Is the
Kernelin each case (in)dependent of a distribution?
- Ways to config Each
Kerneland tools available for the job?
- Whether any Patch work could be done in each case?
- Availability of the
kerneloutside the realm of distribution? (
- Flavour of
Kernelsavailable in each case (