On Fri, Nov 01, 2002 at 03:33:36PM +0000, David Coulson wrote:
> This release has numerous feature additions and bug fixes, specificly
> CRAM authentication, logging support and notification. I also badly
> broke UML building in 0.2, which I've fixed in this release - In my own
> testing, building a new Debian UML with UMLd takes around 27s. I never
> got around to implimenting job support in this release, so that'll
> happen next.
When you refer to "building" here, what do you mean exactly? Does this mean
creating a new COW, tailoring it a bit and booting the resulting system?
If so, does UMLd have a facility for generating entirely new systems from
scratch? If not, you might be interested in using rootstrap to provide this