Subject: Re: Building programs to use UVM...
To: Mason Loring Bliss <>
From: D'Arcy J.M. Cain <>
List: current-users
Date: 07/08/1998 05:59:54
Thus spake Mason Loring Bliss
> Is setting "UVM=yes" and "PMAP_NEW=yes" the proper way to signal the system
> that I want things to be built with UVM? It seems to work... I couldn't find
> any docs anywhere instructing me on this, however, so I'd love to have
> some confirmation. :)

Yes for userland.  You still need to build a kernel with the options set
in the config file.

> Also, I've been using the BSDI 1.1 (?) Netscape 4.0.5, and it seems to not
> want to run under UVM. Has anyone else noticed this? Are there any ports
> of Netscape Navigator (standalone) that run properly under UVM? Alternately,

I'm running 4.05 just fine.  I think it's the FreeBSD port though.

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