Cool. That works fine. Now I am trying to run uml through gdb and I get the
following message when I try at attach process 1.
(gdb) att 1
Attaching to program: /usr/src/uml/linux/linux, process 1
ptrace: Operation not permitted.
I have built the kernel with CONFIG_DEBUGSYM and CONFIG_PT_PROXY
Any ideas ?
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Coulson" <david@...>
To: "Amit Mookerjee" <amitm@...>
Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2002 10:48 AM
Subject: Re: [uml-user] problems running uml
> Amit Mookerjee wrote:
> > Does anyone know what's going on ?
> Head on over to user-mode-linux.sf.net, and download one of the root
> filesystem images. You can then boot from one of those, rather than from
> an empty filesystem.
> It might be wise to copy the contents of a FS you have downloaded to
> your new filesystem, as they rarely have any free space - You can do
> this by mounting the filesystem images using the loop device
> mount -o loop root-fs /mnt/root-fs
> Or you can have two ubd devices within UML and copy one to the other.
> There is documentation on user-mode-linux.sf.net giving more information.
> David Coulson http://davidcoulson.net/
> d@... http://journal.davidcoulson.net/