[Netkit.users] Creating a custom root_fs

Emilio Scalise emisca a email.it
Mer 10 Ott 2007 15:17:05 CEST

Do you have enabled on your host kernel the compat_vdso?
Netkit kernel is compiled against a libc6 that doesn't support vdso, so 
the host kernel must have enabled compat_vdso.
Try to search vdso on your dmesg output (host machine).

If you search on this mailing list I already addressed those problems 
some time ago...


ZioPRoTo (Saverio Proto) ha scritto:
> Thanks for the help :)
> I did several tries today, and I read with attention the man page.
> I tried both partitioned and unpartitioned file-systems.
> Concepts were familiar because I used to set up Xen virtual machines
> and the steps are quite the same :)
> Still, the xterm crashed as soon as it appears.
> In the file system I created I just unpacked a gentoo stage3 compiled for 686.
> Where is some log file to diagnostic the problem ?
> the PC1.log prints out just 3 lines:
> Checking for /proc/mm...not found
> Checking PROT_EXEC mmap in /tmp...OK
> tracing thread pid = 12976
> thank you.
> Saverio Proto.
> PS has anyone ever created a gentoo based root_fs ?
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