The ultimate HOW-TO
doebel at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
Mon Sep 17 15:03:16 CEST 2007
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> Excuse me Bjoern, I've to ask you: if I use the pre-built code of the
> snapshot of 28/02/2007,
> it's possible to run L4Linux without ORe?
Yes, it is possible to run L4Linux without the ORe server, but you won't be
able to use networking, because the ORe driver is the only network driver
that is enabled in this binary.
> I ask this because I've seen in the Download section that if I want to use
> the ORe server, this
> is used to make possible the communication between the two istance of
> L4Linux on the
> demo image.. so, in the "normal" February version, may L4Linux be without
Sorry, I don't understand the question.
You may use the sources of the February OTC snapshot and compile L4Linux
without the ORe driver. But of course, in this case you cannot use
networking in multiple instances of L4Linux.
> This question is asked because I've encountered a problem.. if it isn't
> really possible to use
> the pre-built L4Linux without ORe, I'll show you and Adam what's the
What speaks against compiling from source?
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