Am 09.05.2010 17:00, schrieb Eric S. Johansson:
> On 5/8/2010 4:16 PM, Eric S. Johansson wrote:
>> this is probably an FAQ but I haven't figured out which one yet. I followed
>> instructions for creating my root filesystem (used the Arch package) change the
>> configuration file and yet I get that oh so wonderful message:
>> checking filesystems [busy]
>> possibly nonexistent or swap device? [Fail]
>> And then tells me the file system check failed. Do I have a bad root filesystem
>> image? Is it some other novice mistake?
> yup, the arch image appears to be corrupt. probably something I did wrong. I
> got the ubuntu image working. Now I get to go onto networking.
> This is running a laptop and I alternate between ethernet and wi-fi pretty much
> at random. This what's the best way to colinux so that it automatically switches
> between both devices depending on which is active?
You should use SLiRP. This will use current active network all times,
and it is the only that works with wireless cards. Slirp is an one way
network (NAT firewall), so you can use it to connect coLinux to the
If you need a network back from your host to coLinux, then additional
install TAP-Win32 as private network between host and Linux. For example
for Xming and SSH connections.