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Re: emulators/suse100_base on NetBSD-5/amd64 broken?

Cem Kayali, 05/15/09 01:19:
Fredrik Pettai, 05/14/09 20:53:
On May 13, 2009, at 11:19 PM, Thomas Klausner wrote:
On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 09:58:04PM +0200, Fredrik Pettai wrote:

Do you use a GENERIC kernel or home-built (if latter, what modifications)?

Homebuilt. What in particular are you interested in?

I was mostly targeting Cem with those questions, since he said that he had it running on iNTEL CPU(s).

Well, i am currently on gprs, and will be occasionally online.

I have Core2 Duo chipset, and (still) running NetBSD 4.99.72 which is close to NetBSD 5.1 build.

The basic idea is that you should run your linux application by /emul/linux/{path/to/script} command and i strongly suggest you to mount /proc partition.

I built the system about 5 months ago, and does not remember i did something particular, sorry.



I use custom linux applications, and most of them require 32 bit emulation and 32 bit works really good. I tested 64 bit one too, and some commands are working and some of commands broken. I need to re-check using latest suse packages, but i can do it on Sunday.

I'm sorry - i had to check ALL basic commands, just checked my scripts. So, 'perfectly' word is my fault, i am sorry.


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