Good day to All,
coLinux is very nice.
I’m interested in the possibility of utilizing it in an environment without the Win32 subsystem. This would be an environment with little more than the NT kernel, network, block and other NT drivers.
Since the various coLinux daemons and network-controlling applications are Win32 executables, I’m wondering if there’s any chance at all that their functions could run solely in a “native” environment without the Win32 subsystem available. There needn’t be any user interface at all; the idea is for a “headless” Windows with coLinux facilitating a Linux and making that Linux available on the network.
Does this seem remotely possible?
Thank you for your time, and for coLinux!
- Shao Miller