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“GNU kernel, GNU Userspace... It seemed like a good name at the time...”

~ Over-caffinated programmer

GNU/GNU is a free operating system, that was quickly cancelled by RMS because of BSD's ddb debugger, which allowed its programmers to get everything right the first time.

Creation[edit | edit source]

GNU/GNU began in the basement of an entirely unknown, and over-caffinated programmer. Upon viewing the incredible amount of tension between GNU and Tux of GNU/Linux, he decided that the GNU Goat would get along far better with himself, than with Tux, who in representing a mere kernel has amased great amounts of fame. Upon the near compleation of his kernel, a fully monolithic nanokernel the programmer submitted his kernel to the GNU Project under the GPL. It became the first 50-line kernel to contain stable drivers for most hardware, and a kernel-based X-windowing system. Almost coincidentally, it won the IOCCC that year.

As both the Kernel and the Userspace utilities are GNU, the only logical name was GNU/GNU. It thus is impossible to know if someone, when talking about GNU is referring to the Kernel, the Userspace programs, or the goat. Generally it is safe to assume that they are talking about the goat.

Downfall[edit | edit source]

Upon realizing that all BSD-licensed software is, in fact better than anything GPL, GNU/GNU saw its end, and was quickly replaced with GNU/BSD. It has been observed that the Daemon and GNU fight viciously, with kernel panics, and tripple faults as weapons. GNU/GNU, and GNU/BSD both are expected to fall into obscurity two years ago.

Legacy[edit | edit source]

Although almost never used, GNU of GNU/GNU (The kernel, not the goat.) developed a small cult following. Efforts are now in place to port the original code into the Brainfuck programming language. Although performance will be negitavely affected, the followers believe the new code to be "purer"