Data: May 12, 2005 5:16:38 PM
Ogg: [uml-user] easiest distro to get UML running on
Sorry for sounding like a total newbie, but I'm doing a presentation on
UML tonight for my LUG group, and while I have it running great on my
desktop, I'd rather use my laptop, which is sadly running windows (only
for work, I swear!). I was going to install ubuntu under vmware and use
it that way, but the ubuntu uml packages seem to not be as easy to set
up as under gentoo (especially for someone who doesn't use that distro
Is there a nice distro out there that someone can go from 0 to UML
relatively easily? IE: a package of a SKAS enabled host kernel, a
package of a relatively modern 2.6 guest kernel? Or better, a quick and
dirty guide to setting it up on ubuntu (my main stumbling block with
this is mostly that I don't know where the default booting kernel source
with patches and .config is to apply the 2.6.10 uml patch to, and that
sort of thing.
there is also Netkit4TIC live CD:
It contains a ready to use SKAS host kernel and 2.4 guest kernel
and many network/services virtual experiences.
Sorry but all are in italian languages.