Subject: Re: Linux emulation (uname)
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Manuel Bouyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/26/2000 21:05:58
On Tue, Sep 26, 2000 at 01:04:43AM -0400, Allen Briggs wrote:
> I'm fooling around some with the Linux emulation and some larger
> commercial applications. I'm currently running 1.4ZD and trying
> Corel Photo Paint 9.0. The installer for this package does some
> stuff and then says:
> "Error: Kernel version 2.2 (or higher) is required to use this
> application. Please refer to your Linux vendor for instructions
> on upgrading your kernel."
> I don't know what features it needs from a 2.2 kernel or if NetBSD
> supports them in emulation. To find out, I need to get past the
> installation. I'd like to try to fake out the installer, but I'd
> rather not change my NetBSD system version number, of course, and
> I'd like to make a package out of this if it works.
> Has anyone else run into this? Anyone have any suggestions?
> A writable kern.emul.linux.osrelease that defaults to kern.osrelease ? ;-)
Or better, proc.curproc.emul.linux.osrelease (hum, as it's per-proc, maybe
a proc.curproc.osrelease is enouth). This way we can set it per process.
Manuel Bouyer <email@example.com>