I'm trying to set up a UML system so users can connect to a virtual kernel
laboratory (via ssh), build a UML kernel, and boot the kernel, login
into the virtual system, and benchmark kernels -- all over remote access.
UML seems like a great way to do this. But...
Having trouble configuring the console to display on the client side. Some
xterms do fine (like if the user is running another Linux on the other
side). But for my Windo$e users, the console freezes for them during the
boot-up process. Just as it begins to ask for a login, I get error
messages saying it can't display the xTerm.
Have looked at the 'Setting up serial lines and consoles' web page at:
But trial and error with these suggestions here is not seeming to help.
Has anybody gotten console (the whole boot up --> login process) correctly
displayed across a network/remote access session?
Any help here would be MUCHO appreciated!
Thanks a bunch,
Oregon State University
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