menu.lst for running flips in L4
wirazanoramy at gmail.com
Tue Jan 29 09:07:35 CET 2008
Is the task required for porting this Ping program is the same thing as
porting the ifconfig in mini_ifconfig (included in Flips package)? Is there
any documented tutorial (on porting apps to fiasco) or guide that I can
starts with? For now, the Hello world program is the nearest practical clue
that I have.
On Jan 29, 2008 2:27 PM, Björn Döbel <doebel at os.inf.tu-dresden.de> wrote:
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> | If I'm going to port the Linux's ping program to L4, what are the things
> | that I should do? Do I need to reinvent the wheel? Do I need to code
> it from
> | scratch in order to port it to L4? If any, is there a faster way?
> | Need some guide, I don't have any porting-application-to-L4 experience
> | before.
> The basic building blocks should already be there. There is a C library
> (l4/pkg/uclibc), POSIX bindings are provided by the L4VFS and FLIPS
> provides you the opportunity to use a socket interface. So basically
> porting should consist of adapting some include paths and libraries.
> For the ping utility you might also try to write a basic one on your own
> if you don't have an idea about socket programming yet.
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