That works (though not yet test the guest os network). Thanks for the help.
During installation, the only problem I encountered so far is the guest os - i.e. debian (etch) - can not find the port-helper required by the xterm. Though in User Mode Linux HowTo it has mentioned this, but I can not figure it out very well. My problem is because it is 64 bits os (both guest and host os), the port-helper path is different from i386. So basically if the guest os is debian etch (amd64), on the host os (my case is opensuse 11.0) you can make a symblic link to /usr/lib/uml/ folder by command `ln -s /usr/lib64/uml/port-helper /usr/lib/uml/port-helper`. I understand this is trivial for expert, but hope that can help newbie person like me. : )
Thanks again for all your help. I appreciate it.
--- On Wed, 13/8/08, Flavio <fbcyborg@...> wrote:
> From: Flavio <fbcyborg@...>
> Subject: Re: [uml-user] request_module: runaway loop modprobe binfmt-464c
> To: javadeveloper999@..., "user-mode-linux-user" <user-mode-linux-user@...>
> Date: Wednesday, 13 August, 2008, 12:28 PM
> 2008/8/10 Neo Anderson <javadeveloper999@...>
> > The host os is Open Suse 11.0 with kernel
> > The guest os is Debian testing 2.6.26.
> > The hardware used by host os is hp 6910p, which uses
> iwl4965 wireless card.
> The followig commmand should do the right thing gor you:
> debootstrap --arch amd64 etch loop/
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