On Thu, 11 Jul 2002, Mel wrote:
> Are you sure about that?
i'm not following the 2.5 tree at the moment, so i cant ls linux/arch
:) but i seem to remember a kernel rev announce from linus early on
in 2.5 with one of the notes being inclusion of uml.
> I was looking at UML and seeing would it work with 2.4.19rc1
> yesterday. After clearing up the minor patch rejects, I found the
> UML wasn't aware of any of the page shrinkage patches or any of the
> zone_t changes at least, to be aware of and both taken from 2.5.
well, uml isnt in 2.4 :)
> There was a slew of other changes at which point I just gave up
> because it wasn't worth the hassle.
why bother patching and compiling uml yourself? just get the binary
from the sourceforge page and run it - it'll run on 2.2.15+ and 2.4+
(native kernel and uml kernel do not have to be the same at all. i'm
pretty sure. sure you could run a 2.5 and 2.4 uml on a 2.2 native
> I think they might be looking to update UML to the latest 2.5.x,
> but I don't think any of it is integrated yet. I haven't actually
> looked at 2.5.x to check though so I could be well wrong
so, as usual, my memory plays tricks on me. but i'm pretty sure linus
said he'd include it at some stage. (iirc - which more often than not
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