Difference between Fiasco and L4Linux...
chenggh04 at st.lzu.edu.cn
Mon Oct 2 07:43:57 CEST 2006
On Monday 02 October 2006 10:46, Dustin Oprea wrote:
> I think I'm missing something really obvious, but what's the difference
> between Fiasco and L4Linux... It appears they're made by the same group.
Fiasco is the microkernel but L4Linux is not. L4Linux is the variation of
Linux kernel running on top of Fiasco and it is loaded as the module of
Fiasco when running. They made the L4Linux in order to have a good
portability of Linux application into the L4/Fiasco.
> I use QNX RTOS at work, and I'm interested in using the microkernel
> instead of the full-on monolothic kernel at home with my Fedora
> installation. What goes in first: Fiasco, or L4Linux?
First you must compile the Fiasco and L4Linux of course you need a modified
grub version to boot the Fiasco successfully. I think you should download
all the souce code of L4 and L4Linux and try to compile. :)
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