Did you try to launch coLinux without the service?
Try a batch file containing:
colinux-daemon.exe -t nt -c default.colinux.xml
To share the internet connection with the colinux, I installed a proxy
It works fine...
It never tried to build the buildroot under coLinux...
Be careful, compiling buildroot require free space very much free space.
On 9/22/05, Erik D. Rodriguez <erik.rodriguez@...> wrote:
> Last night, I spent a few hours hosing my system (Win XP) trying to get
> buildroot working properly.
> Installed it to c:\Program Files\coLinux
> Installed WinPcap (Per coLinux instructions)
> Modified the .xml file per instructions.
> unpacked the debian and swap files
> then ran the daemon command from the command line.
> result =3D BSOD (Blue Screen of Death)
> One thing that I could not get to work was bridging my LAN connection
> with the TAP-Win32 adapter. It keeps telling me blah blah about selecting
> two LAN connections not being used by connection sharing. Neither of thes=
> are being shared. I WAS able to bridge the TAP-Win32 with my wireless
> adapter, but did not try running the daemon with that.
> So, any advice?
> I could dual boot my system with Linux if I have to, and if yall think
> that would help.