Robin Dunn wrote:
> Is it possible to run the 2.4 kernal from older releases with coLinux
> 0.6.2? I have a RH9 image that I use for building RH9 releases of my
> software, but if I run it with the 2.6 kernel included with 0.6.2 then
> the RPM database acts like it is corrupted or unreadable and I can't
> update or install new packages. (I know that sounds far fetched but
> I've eliminated everything else...)
> I also tried reinstalling 0.6.1 side-by-side with 0.6.2 but unfortunatly
> the new TAP drivers don't appear to work with it and so I don't get a
> network connection in the RH9 guest.
No, 2.4er kernal can't run on colinux 0.6.2.
But you can enable cofs on colinux 0.6.2, download something on windows
side an copy install something from cofs mounted directory.
First try to start colinux without any runscripts. With a "init=..." in
kernel command line, you becomes a shell. Than you can edit some of
booting scripts, to make 0.6.2 bootable:
If you go frome one to other version, please remember to call this
things, before run colinux:
C:\coLinux> colinux-daemon.exe --remove-driver
C:\coLinux> colinux-daemon.exe --install-driver