> I saw George's past posting to this list and viewed his files
> download, however I was confused about which one(s) to select.
Hmm. Sorry about the confusion. What files are confusing you?
There's only one file in the directory I pointed to (there are
other directories, but those don't apply to coLinux only to a
NATIVE Mandrake box)
> Can someone please help me out? - I would like to use UML under
> coLinux with coLinux having the SKAS patch if possible and
if that makes
Where you trying to compile and use UML under coLinux yourself?
> Are George's kernel files for usign colinux under Windows or
> Linux, is there a difference?
They are statically linked so you should be able to take them
to an Linux that has an libc and they more or less would work.
Or you can could d/l my file, and build from the source tree
that I included yourself.
> More Info:
> I have a dual-boot laptop and would like to be able to use
> same UML root filesystems under both Windows and Linux, thus
I thought using
> native UML while in linux and using coLinux + UML while in
Windows would allow
> for this.
The short answer... YES, I don't see any reason why you can't
do this. Obviously if you can't use them at the exact same time
(unless you're COWing them) and you'd need to be able to get
access them in both places.
> The reason I would like have the above setup is I would like
> test different linux setups and would benefit from the UML
If you have any futher questions about the files I put up, or
about the process necessary to get UML up and running under coLinux
feel free to drop me an e-mail or stop by the IRC channel, I'm
there pretty regularly.
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