On 4/10/06, xpto09 <xpto09@gmail.com> wrote:


On 4/9/06, Jeff Dike < jdike@addtoit.com> wrote:
On Sun, Apr 09, 2006 at 08:55:09PM -0300, xpto09 wrote:
> 1) Configuring an eth0 device
>     specify eth0 on the command line:
>
>     eth0=tuntap,,, 192.168.0.254
>
> Inside the uml I put the command above.

Would it be any clearer if it said to put the eth=... on the UML command line
on the host?

                                Jeff

The answer is "yes".




I found a solution:

To become easier I renamed the Fedora... to root_fs.

I had to put the parameter rw because Fedora was only readable.
Before the rw, the boot was very slow.

I installed slirp in the host.
apt-get install slirp

To run root_fs:
./linux-2.6.16 rw eth0=slirp,,/usr/bin/slirp

I put only the commands inside uml:
ifconfig eth0 10.2.0.15 up
route add default dev eth0

To test, I put the command:
wget -c ftp.gnu.org/gnu/bash/bash-3.0.tar.gz

[root@localhost ~]# ls
bash-3.0.tar.gz

Now I can see that is very easy!

Marcos