From: Digital Infra, Inc. <okajima@di...> - 2004-08-26 21:02:16
>As a newbie I have some questions:
>Is coLinux in userspace?
It runs on Windows ring 0 space.
>Does it run on any OS?
Currently, only Linux on Windows is supported.
But for example, Linux on BSD or the reverse is easy.
>Is it an NT subsystem?
Totally not. It uses a brand new approach which Dan Aloni invented.
>Can it be used as a ReactOS subsystem?
It depends on the definition of "subsystem". ROS team is going to run
coLinux on ROS. But the approach is "coLinux style". You call this as
a subsystem? it depends on you.
From: Dan Aloni <da-x@co...> - 2004-09-05 18:00:30
On Fri, Aug 27, 2004 at 05:59:01AM +0900, Digital Infra, Inc. wrote:
> >Does it run on any OS?
> Currently, only Linux on Windows is supported.
> But for example, Linux on BSD or the reverse is easy.
Linux on Linux is also supported.
> >Is it an NT subsystem?
> Totally not. It uses a brand new approach which Dan Aloni invented.
Not *totally*, but it was revived as a practical approach :)
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