There exists a port of the Linux 2.6.12 kernel to run under the L4 microkernel architecture, known as L4Linux. Apparently, according to the web site (http://os.inf.tu-dresden.de/L4/LinuxOnL4/) this would appear to be fully functional and binary compatible with the standard Linux kernel.
I was wondering if there is already a distribution based on this kernel, or if anyone plans to make one? If someone knows of anything in this area I would be most pleased if they could let me know.
I think probably KernelTrap needs an Open Solaris forum now. For lack of a better option I have put in this article in the "Kerneltrap General" forum.
I'm working for the Software Revolution, and we just finished an automated documentation of the LINUX kernel and its various components (memory-management, IPC, security, etc.) Anyways, the documentation consists of hyperlinked scalable graphics for control flow graphs, structure charts, state machines, action diagrams, data element tables, call charts... the list goes on... The documentation is posted at www.softwarerevolution.com/jeneral/open-source-docs.html.
Hi, i am looking for some tools.
Usually, i download some documents, software.
so informations are enough, i want to manage it.
um, cut the crap, i think there is tools to do it, but i dunno where it is.
maybe, i want these kind of thing? database? beagle? still dunno..
If anyone know these kind of tool, Please let me know!
Thanks for reading.
I have a TUL xpress 200P mother board. It has an ATI SB400 chipset for voice an IDE. Currently I cannot have DMA for ide hdd and cdroM.
hdparam says :
multcount = 0 (off)
IO_support = 0 (default 16-bit)
unmaskirq = 0 (off)
using_dma = 0 (off)
keepsettings = 0 (off)
readonly = 0 (off)
readahead = 256 (on)
geometry = 20023/255/63, sectors = 164696555520, start = 0
I clicked on the ad banner that, intriquingly, had COREHACKERS word in it.
Here is what I see on front page:
"Three young hackers under investigation for unlawfully accessing personal information on thousands of people..."
It is somewhat strange to see nice articles like one about OpenBSD hackathone and at the same time see such ads. Should we expect "Get the facts" soon?
The https://www.kerneltrap.org is not working. The error I get is
"The connection with the server was terminated unexpectedly"
I suppose it is probably one of the issues because of the shift in the hosting.