On Thu, 3 Sep 2009, Henry Nestler wrote:
> Frédéric L. W. Meunier wrote:
>> Is that combination supposed to run ?
>> I ask because I want to do some tests with coLinux, but not like
>> on Windows, where I use the stable coLinux snapshots with my
>> Linux partition and don't run into a problem for a long time.
>> I customized the 220.127.116.11 kernel, removing options I don't need,
>> adding others (not drivers and such), am also willing to try out
>> the 2.6.25 patches, but don't want get lots of BSOD's if things
>> go wrong.
>> What if I run coLinux inside VirtualBox's VM, that has Windows
>> XP SP3 ? Is it supposed to work ? But if it does, can it hide
>> problems that may arise when I use the same kernel on plain
>> Windows ?
> Of curse you can run coLinux inside a VirtualBox machine.
> You should run XP (not Linux) inside VirtualBox to have the same host OS for
> Any OS (Windows or Linux) --> VirtualBox --> Windows XP --> coLinux
> Please enable Physical Address Extension ("/PAE" in boot.ini file), if your
> "stable" Windows also use it. You can see "Physical Address Extension" after
> pressing Windows+Pause.
> There are no hiding problems from inside VirtualBox.
Henry, it worked fine with a 18.104.22.168 kernel compiled using GCC
But running a 2.6.25 kernel compiled using your patches, I got
colinux: error, expected kernel API version 13, got 11
daemon: exit code 82c6fc03
daemon: error driver version, please reinstall driver!
Is it because the 4.1.2 x 4.3.3 ?
But why 22.214.171.124 is accepted by the daemons and not 2.6.25 ?