> Is there any help / hidden wiki on building a kernel/modules
> supports coLinux running on a linux host system with kernel
No help / hidden wiki for this. If you start with an coLinux
patched kernel tree and the coLinux .config that's provided by
the coLinux source archive,
it should be as simple as doing an make of your module.. ie it
should be no Different than doing an make under 'real' Linux.
> The /doc is not too clean on this
> I asume I only need to add 'CONFIG_COOPERATIVE=Y' to my 2.6.7
> kernel .config in order to have support for coLinux and rebuild
> don't have to reconfigure my current kernel, or is there more
Try starting with the source archive for the version of coLinux
you are running (mixing coLinux version is not usually good),
then take an vanilla kernel tree, apply coLinux patch as such:
cat colinux/patch/linux | patch -p1
And copy the coLinux config
cp colinux/conf/linux-config .config
Then apply the patch to add your kernel module, or just make
& make install your kernel module. If you run into error, problems,
issues, etc... Detail what you've done and the error, problem,
or issue that you're experiencing and we'll try to help.
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