Todd A. Jacobs
nospam at codegnome.org
Fri Jan 24 21:51:30 GMT 2003
On Fri, 24 Jan 2003, Terry Chan wrote:
> You seem to be confused on the usage of UML. You compile up the UML
> kernel which is built currently on top of 2.4.19 with the UML patches.
Guess what, Terry? You were right, and I was wrong on this one. I'm still
not entirely clear on where the UML kernel gets involved, since I just
booted a non-UML kernel inside UML. But then again, I'm not running a UML
kernel on the host system, either; I'm using the current Red Hat kernel
and the UML rpm from the project website. *sigh*
I still think there's value to running the installer under UML, especially
if I want to test the whole installation process (one of my Lunar pet
peeves is that I can't backtrack certain operations during install), but I
was mislead by some of the UML FAQs regarding Red Hat installs into
believing that I had to replace the kernel in the ISO.
For the moment, I will try adapting your short list to create a Lunar
filesystem for testing while I continue trying to figure out what's going
wrong with the installer and its error messages during boot.
Thanks for your help. And if you think you can explain to me where I went
wrong regarding the UML kernel, feel free to follow up off-list if you
don't think it would interest everyone else.
"Of course I'm in shape! Round's a shape, isn't it?"
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