performance of colinux is for sure much greater than UML. In theory, for a
32bit x86 cpu colinux should be faster than any other VMs (virtualbox,
I see many reasons why no binaries,
1. lack of demand, hence developer frequently neglect the compatibility
when introducing new code, and this breaks the compilation
2. requires rebuild for each host kernel level.
3. colinux only works in 32bit mode
On Wed, Aug 22, 2012 at 12:29 PM, me sdkie <mesdkie@...> wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 22, 2012 at 11:30 PM, yin sun <sunyin51@...> wrote:
>> colinux can also run under 32bit linux even though the main purpose is
>> for colinux is to run linux inside of windows.
>> @yin sun- If we are able to get the performance of colinux greater than
> UML then probably we have better chance to go upstream.
> Have you compared those ?
> And If it is also supporting running under Linux why binaries are not
> available on website?