I am currently trying to get a grip on vnuml (
) which has good howtos
and tutorial for building host- and uml- kernels and root_fs.
Especially vnuml offers a framework for virutal network configuration based on
xml-configuration files. I think texas-kernel is also patched for vnuml
enhancements but for texas's root_fs and network-configuration scripts I am
Maybe aaron can provide some more background on that?
In order to releas texas from unproductive trial-and-error configuration
testing (and feeling less intervening when applying core-kernel-patches or
installing new system-libraries) I started to setup a small vnuml environment
on my home-pc. Therefore I found also the following links quite useful:
( gentoo oriented setup, host-kernel-enhancement, uml-kernel, root_fs )
( further links for root_fs howtos )
do you have a link explaining from-scratch busybox-based uml-rootfs generation
(as being used on texas) ?
On Saturday 09 June 2007 01:07, Benjamin Henrion wrote:
No I am looking for UML kernels + rootfs (which includes olsr or
batman) I can boot on my 32bit computer. Texas seems to be a 64bit
Do you sources and/or config files for the UML kernel? Where did you
get the rootfs?
On 6/9/07, Aaron Kaplan <aaron(a)lo-res.org> wrote:
> If you want to code on it you can even test there. But only one
> tester at a time please
> alle the best,
> On Jun 8, 2007, at 10:18 PM, Benjamin Henrion wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I would like to test OLSR and BATMAN on UML instances, since I don't
> > have the hardware to make real tests.
> > Would it be possible to have a copy of the binaries running on the
> > simulator of http://texas.funkfeuer.at/
, in order to launch it on my
> > computer?
> > Best,
> > --
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