how do I...
m.scheibel at sirrix.com
Thu Nov 10 18:09:01 CET 2005
Am Donnerstag 10 November 2005 17:42 schrieb Frank Mehnert:
> On Thursday 10 November 2005 17:34, Frank Mehnert wrote:
> > Hi Michael,
> > On Thursday 10 November 2005 17:19, Michael Scheibel wrote:
> > > I am currently playing around with L4Linux+DOpE and would like to
> > >
> > > 1. Start and kill L4 processes at runtime (fprov-l4 and run-l4 do not
> > > work).
> > Please could you be a little bit more specific? "Does not work"
> > does not help us in finding the bug. Normally, you start fprov-l4
> > as L4Linux application in a directory. fprov-l4 provides a
> > service which is used by run-l4. run-l4 depends on the loader, so
> > if you don't have started the L4 loader at runtime, run-l4 will
> Sorry, at boottime (from your menu.lst) of course.
> > not be able to locate it but run-l4 will show you an appropriate
> > message -- at least more than "does not work" :-)
The loader is used to load l4linux via bmodfs:
loader --fprov=BMODFS l4linux26.cfg
fprov-l4 seems to register correctly.
"run-l4 vscrtest" then results in
l4lx: l4x_syscall_guard: Syscall2 was forbidden for fprov-l4(2028) at 0x080
> > > 2. Disable the DOpE mouse pointer in the L4Linux console window.
> > > 3. Resize the L4Linux console window without just stretching it.
> > AFAIK these features are not implemented in DOpE.
Where do I start best to implement these features?
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