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Hence only software supported by the FreeBSD kernel can be run within a jail. Other operating systems such as Illumos are planned.
The main difference between bhyve and FreeBSD jails is that jails are an operating system-level virtualization and therefore limited to only FreeBSD guests; but bhyve is a type 2 hypervisor and is not limited to only FreeBSD guests.
Hence, most Linux binaries can be run on FreeBSD, including some proprietary applications distributed only in binary form. This compatibility layer is not an emulation ; Linux's system call interface is implemented in the FreeBSD's kernel and hence, Linux executable images and shared libraries are treated the same as FreeBSD's native executable images and shared libraries. There is support for system calls up to version 2. As of release FreeBSD has a monolithic kernel,  with modular design.
YUI Library - Wikipedia
Different parts of the kernel, such as drivers, are designed as modules. The user can load and unload these modules at any time. This model works well in theory,   but it is hard to implement and few operating systems support it. Although FreeBSD's implementation of this model worked, it did not perform well, so from version 7.
FreeBSD's documentation is translated into several languages. It was written in C by Jordan Hubbard.
It uses a text user interfaceand is divided into a number of menus and screens that can be used to configure and control the installation process. It supports a variety of data-source formats. Button Enables the creation of rich, graphical buttons that function like traditional HTML form buttons. Calendar A graphical, dynamic control used for date selection. Charts The Charts Control retrieves data via the DataSource Utility and displays the data in a variety of common chart formats line, bar, pie, etc.
Notable features include sortable columns, pagination, scrolling, row selection, resizable columns, and inline editing. Layout Manager Allows you to create cross-browser, pixel perfect layouts with little effort by providing a fixed layout containing, top, bottom, left, right and center layout units. Menu Provides an easy API for creating fly-out menusmenu bars, and context menus. Rich Text Editor The YUI Rich Text Editor is a sophisticated client-side text-processor that is modular and highly configurable, suitable for any open-ended text-entry situation.
Slider Provides a generic slider element that enables the user to choose within a finite range of values on one or two axes.
TreeView Produces a content tree whose nodes can be expanded and contracted. CSS Grids Seven basic page wireframes with subsection components to support over different page layouts.