From: Jeff Dike <jdike@ka...> - 2001-06-14 22:32:16
> I get a lot of errors saying:
> Something isn't implemented in here
> which looks a lot like a UML low-level error message.
That's a hostfs error message. I stubbed out a bunch of things when I first
wrote it because I wasn't sure how they should work. I made them printk and
return an error so they would at least leave traces in the log when they got
So, can you fire up gdb on it, put a breakpoint on not_implemented, and send
in stack traces? That will tell me what you're hitting. Also telling me
exactly how you're doing it would be good too.
From: Erich Nahum <nahum@wa...> - 2001-06-15 18:02:58
Jeff Dike writes:
> > I'm just getting started with UML, so I need to go up the learning
> > curve with gdb. Hopefully I'll have something for you tomorrow.
> Also, if you're not using my latest patch, you might try that. There was a
> recent contribution that I put in which implemented some pieces of hostfs
> (device node support) that I hadn't. So, you may have been hitting those.
This seems to fix the problem. I just upgraded glibc to 7.1, with
no more "not implemented" messages.
Erich M. Nahum IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
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