> Haiku doesn't actually have a "hybrid" kernel, whatever that means
I was quoting wikipedia. From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haiku_(operating_system):
> The Haiku kernel is a modular hybrid kernel and a fork of NewOS, a
> modular kernel written by former Be Inc. engineer Travis Geiselbrecht.
> Like the rest of the system it is currently still under heavy development.
> Many features have been implemented, including a virtual file system (VFS)
> layer and rudimentary symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) support.
To be honest, I have no idea which parts of Haiku are implemented in kernel space and which in user space. It would be nice to see a list somewhere.