run-l4 - to start another task
amadkamal at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 28 10:44:14 CET 2008
hi all, i still failed to load another task using run-l4
here is my later config file
task "hello" ""
i alos tried
task "hello" ""
for your info my boot partition is in extended partition.
at l4linux terminal
i run this command:
./run-l4 --fprov=BMODFS "hello.cfg"
./run-l4 --fprov "BMODFS" "hello.cfg"
and i also put hello in menu.lst.
and it still failed to load hello
as an alternative can u guys help me give an example of working:
config file to pass to bmodfs
command line to execute in l4linux
----- Original Message ----
> From: Adam Lackorzynski <adam at os.inf.tu-dresden.de>
> To: l4-hackers at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
> Sent: Wednesday, March 12, 2008 7:59:59 PM
> Subject: Re: run-l4 - to start another task
> On Tue Mar 11, 2008 at 20:55:51 -0700, ahmad kamal wrote:
> > i've been trying to load another l4 task using run-l4 in l4linux, but i've got
> > the error is -8(cannot a find module)
> > here is my conf file
> > #launch.conf
> > verbose 0
> > modpath "(hd0,2)/boot/l4app"
> > task "hello"
> > and here is the cmd i run:
> > run-l4 --fprov "BMODFS" "(hd0,2)/boot/l4app/launch.conf"
> When using bmodfs you do not need to specify a path.
> > here are few question:
> > do i need to load run-l4 during boot time, in other words do i need to define
> it in menu.lst?
> No, run-l4 is a Linux program, it only works in L4Linux.
> > do i need to load the task i would like to call using run-l4 during boot time?
> The binary needs to be available at the file provider you're using. So
> when using bmodfs the binary needs to be loaded in menu.lst as a data
> module for bmodfs (basically as usual).
> Adam adam at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
> Lackorzynski http://os.inf.tu-dresden.de/~adam/
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