Hi David,
thanks for the information about driver signing.
In this moment I'm fighting with cofs to make it more stable I can.
I would like to remember that colinux(64) now it is not the fastest way to recompile or use max power of CPU.
VirtualBox and others can use more processors, colinux not. And they can use virtualization tecnology that helps a lot, I think.
After all I like colinux because it is very clean and a very interesting hack.
Paolo






On Tue, Apr 29, 2014 at 9:25 PM, David Kaufman <david@gigawatt.com> wrote:
Hi Paolo!

That's great news.

The ReactOS project has a 64bit driver signing license and they are
willing to sign drivers for other open source projects:

   ReactOS Driver Signing
   http://reactos.org/wiki/Driver_Signing

Without this, the cost for this license would be about $500 per year.

Hope this helps!

-dave




On 4/19/14, 5:50 AM, Paolo Minazzi wrote:
> Hi to all,
> my advice is not to work on colinux.
> In these years I worked a lot on it.
> I used colinux32 at work for cross compile for arm.
> Some years ago I started to work on colinux64.
> It has been a very hard work.
> Now the status is very advanced.
> Two months ago I change PC at work and my firm gaves me a 64bit with
> windows, so I cannot use colinux32 anymore.
> So I began to works hardly to complete colinux64.
> I the last weeks I cross compile a new arm project (linux kernel,samba,
> busybox on it) without problem.
> It is very very stable, I have never seen a freeze.
> Maybe you ask why I do not publish it.
> There are some reasons. I will not enter in the discussion.
> One reason is that I'd like to work quietly.
> I know that when other people begin to use they will find bugs.
> I'd like to solve the bugs I found quietly. And for now I'd like other
> people use my executables.
> If other people build from source they can see strange behaviour.
> So I ask some patiente.
> I will publish colinux64 soon.
> Believe in me. Everyday now I work to clean the code. So I need a brief
> period to test it. Changes are small, but every changes can carry
> instability. I know it , so I move very carefully. I need colinux64 for
> my job. I think that it should be enought so you can believe in me.
>
> One point that must be solved is the digital sign.
> If anyone can sign a driver in the correct way (without F8 or other
> strange ways) let me know.
>
> Thanks to all developers that worked on colinux32.
> In particular way thanks to Henry Nestler. I worked a little with him to
> solve very hidden bugs I saw.
>
> Thanks again to all
> Paolo
>
>
>
>
>
> On Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 11:48 PM, colinux <colinux@overbearing.org
> <mailto:colinux@overbearing.org>> wrote:
>
>     you might look into atratus.
>     http://atratus.org/
>     the 64 bit problem has been effectivly solved.
>
>
>
>     On 4/15/2014 10:06 PM, David Kaufman wrote:
>>     Hi George!
>>
>>     Glad to see someone's willing to continue working on coLinux!
>>
>>     Lack of 64 bit support was the only reason I was sadly forced to
>>     stop using coLinux too...
>>
>>     I bet I'm not the only one here who'd be happy to ship you a 64
>>     bit Windows machine to help you work on coLinux!
>>
>>     Where do we send the hardware?  Do you need a copy of Win7 64-bit
>>     too?  How about Windows 8?  If I send you a Macbook Pro will you
>>     port coLinux to 64bit OS X too?
>>
>>     I'm not kidding.  So to demonstrate to you that we love coLinux
>>     and would all donate generously to its continued development, I've
>>     setup a bitcoin address to accept donations to:
>>
>>
>>         Send your bitcoin donations to The George Boutwell coLinux
>>     development fund:
>>
>>     *14FuJnZUx9tBWdP64Y8faeUdMrC6S3EnzD*
>>
>>     So everyone who's interested in encouraging you to hack on coLinux
>>     can /vote with their money//!/
>>
>>     -dave
>>
>>
>>
>>     On 4/13/14, 2:08 PM, George P Boutwell wrote:
>>>
>>>     I will see what I can do/get done with the time that I might
>>>     have. I'm afraid I don't really have a 64bit machine so I can
>>>     code on that feature but will have to rely on others for
>>>     testing... I would like to make a 'side effect' or additional
>>>     feature to some how bring the colinux kernel changes to newer
>>>     versions as that seems to be frequently requested and has made
>>>     using colinux with newer distros diffucult
>>>
>>>     On Apr 11, 2014 5:02 PM, "George P Boutwell"
>>>     <george.boutwell@gmail.com <mailto:george.boutwell@gmail.com>> wrote:
>>>
>>>          Really appears dead around here.  Virtually no messages, the IRC
>>>         channel didn't respond to posts for like 2-3 hours...
>>>
>>>          Is anyone even still using CoLinux or has everyone moved on
>>>         to QEMU,
>>>         Xen, VirtualBox & VMWare?
>>>
>>>          IF (and it's a big if) I had time to develop some on this
>>>         project in
>>>         the next few weeks, what would be the biggest needs/features
>>>         that would
>>>         give the project new life and meaning?  I'd prefer responses
>>>         only from
>>>         users who are actually still using coLinux.
>>>
>>>         George
>>>
>>>
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