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on a whim (and because I was bored), I decided to try to install colinux (with pcap-bridge networking) on my pvr box, much to my surprise it worked great. (unlike on my main system where it broke things completely ala: http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?thread_id=1794024&forum_id=342355\)
just got things set up the way I like and expanded the root file system a bit with the help of my linux box (loopback mounted the existing fs and the new blank image then copied everything over to a new, larger one)
now i'm getting ready to run it as a service and looking at the wiki page for it and everything seems to be geared twords v.6.x and it's xml configuration files which vanished in .7.x
how would I go about setting this up?
also, should something go *foom* what's the best way to connect to the console? (done via VNC to the box as it's sitting elsewhere connected to a TV)
also, udev complains about kernel version not >= 2.6.15, is that anything to worry about?
The converter colinux-XML2CFG should help for upgrading the your configfile:
Than, first start coLinux as application form Windows command line prompt, for example:
If that runs, install it as service:
colinux-daemon.exe @example.conf --install-service "Cooperative Linux"
Best, you follows the title: "b. Running as an service" in README.txt from your install directory or read this file online:
The parameters and arguments for the config file you will find in the text colinux-daemon.txt on your installation. Or here: