I work at a data center, and I trying to install a UML host and client,
I already been instaled a Fedora Core 3 with a UML package that comes is
I downloaded a kernel in the home page at user mode linux at source forge.
I read in my howto's and the documentation that the kernel have to be
compile with ARCH=UM
I have little questions that are:
Does I need to recompile my fedora kernel or it's ready to host UML clients?
Does I have to compile only my clients kernels with ARCH=UM ?
Well, If someone can give some tips how to start I am very thankfull.
ps.: excuse-me if my english isnt better. :)
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From: Daniel Szortyka <dszortyka@st...> - 2005-01-20 16:58:01
I will not send more in HTML, excuse-me. It's the first list that I
So I have to compile my UML host and my UML clients with ARCH=UM ? is this?
Thanks for all
Porto Alegre - Rio Grande do Sul - Brasil
>On Thursday 20 January 2005 17:31, you wrote:
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>First, don't write in HTML - it's a pain to quote in the answer.
>>Does I have to compile only my clients kernels with ARCH=UM ?
>This is the right one. But if you have installed a "UML package" included in
>FC3 (I don't know what it is), does not this mean there is a compiled UML
>kernel inside it?
On Thursday 20 January 2005 17:55, Daniel Szortyka wrote:
> I will not send more in HTML, excuse-me. It's the first list that I
> subscribe in.
> So I have to compile my UML host and my UML clients with ARCH=UM ? is this?
No, I meant "only your UML clients" (or guests, as it's used here).
> Thanks for all
Paolo Giarrusso, aka Blaisorblade
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