On Mon 28-02-11 22:53:46, Sankar P wrote:
I am trying to see what user mode linux is and trying
to see how one
can use userspace tools like callgrind, valgrind to debug the kernel.
I followed the instructions in the UML wiki
) . I found that after
compiling the kernel sources (Linus' tree) with ARCH=um option, I need
to download a root filesystem which is based of fedora. Instead of
downloading that I would like to know if there is any other root
filesystem that I can use which is based on SUSE.
I have not looked into the wiki page in detail to find out how I can
create my custom root filesystem image for UML. But before that I
wanted to check if there is any openSUSE based root image, that I can
just download and use.
Well, I think you can take just any root image -
preferably built for
virtual environments. So you can either do the installation yourself or
just get some image from SUSE Studio...
Jan Kara <jack(a)suse.cz>
SUSE Labs, CR
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