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Re: What is COMPAT_FREEBSD in kernel config?
On 1/2/14, 12:25 PM, Thomas Mueller wrote:
I notice a line
in GENERIC kernel configuration file for i386, but not amd64 or sparc.
What does this do, and how do I run FreeBSD i386 binaries? chroot to FreeBSD
In case of chroot, what about device nodes? FreeBSD has much more advanced
way, dynamic as opposed to preassigned.
I could also ask about COMPAT_LINUX.
COMPAT_FREEBSD, last I tried, had just enough compatibility to allow the
running of very old (freebsd 4 and earlier) statically-linked freebsd
binaries on i386 - its primary use case, as I recall, was to run the
FreeBSD version of tw_cli for old 3ware cards.
It's likely not very useful for modern freebsd binaries, unless someone
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