|author||http://jmtd.livejournal.com/ <http://jmtd.livejournal.com/@web>||2009-11-12 14:12:40 +0000|
|committer||GNU Hurd web pages engine <email@example.com>||2009-11-12 14:12:40 +0000|
remove newlines around IMG directive
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1 files changed, 6 insertions, 4 deletions
diff --git a/hurd/status.mdwn b/hurd/status.mdwn
index 5105424..cd2256e 100644
@@ -16,16 +16,18 @@ for production use, as there are still many bugs and missing features.
However, it should be a good base for further development and
non-critical application usage.
-The GNU system (also called GNU/Hurd) is completely self-contained
+[[!img hurd-fvwm-screenshot-2009-11-12.png size=300x
+alt="FVWM and Gnumeric running on GNU/Hurd"
+title="FVWM and Gnumeric running on GNU/Hurd"
+]] The GNU system (also called GNU/Hurd) is completely self-contained
(you can compile all parts of it using GNU itself). You can run
several instances of the Hurd in parallel, and debug even critical
servers in one Hurd instance with gdb running on another Hurd
instance. You can run the X window system, applications that use it,
and advanced server applications like the Apache webserver.
-[[!img hurd-fvwm-screenshot-2009-11-12.png size=300x
-alt="FVWM and Gnumeric running on GNU/Hurd"
-title="FVWM and Gnumeric running on GNU/Hurd"]]
On the negative side, the support for character devices (like sound
cards) and other hardware is mostly missing. Although the POSIX