> Well, what you did is correct (you had to apply both the UML
patch and that
> version of the SKAS patch); the problem is that for 2.6.6-rc1
you need one
> more fix for the UML patch (it was posted here by Jeff Chua
and it's 2 thread
> before this one).
Yeah I figured this out, and applied it, but wasn't able to finish
compiling an UML guest, started getting error in /usr/innclude/asm
directory. Dealing with mpsecc.h, I think this is cause Debian
(unstable/SID) doesn't have new enough kernel-headers, does that
sound about right?
> You must undo your changes to the Makefile since that patch
Actually I only applied part of Jeff's patch. I've had problems
with some of his Makefile changes, but have up til now been able
to compile fine without those changes.
> The steps.
> Thanks, it is always important to post them, so that the help
can be more
> > The 2.6.6-rc1 host is doing good though.
> Thanks for this test: the SKAS patch is very well tested, but
I absolutely did
> not have the time to test that little change (2 lines, so don't
No problem, least I could do with you putting it out there is
try it, and wanted to provide feedback for those that might be
thinking about trying it. That's what I use this box for. To
'mess around' with UML. :) At this point I'll add that this box
is not an SMP box and I don't have SMP features enabled.
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