Newbie question: L4Linux as a patch
pchacin at ac.upc.edu
Wed Jul 6 19:09:56 CEST 2011
Just wondering. Why is not done this way? Any "technical" reason or a
preferences by the development team?
No criticism intended, just wondering :-D
On 07/06/2011 06:34 PM, Adam Lackorzynski wrote:
> On Wed Jul 06, 2011 at 16:58:25 +0200, Pablo Chacin wrote:
>> I'm doing a review of options for virtualization in Linux.
>> From the documentation, it seems that L4Linux is a complete
>> port of the Linux Kernel. I'm wondering if there is a patch (or
>> series of patches) that could be used to modify an standard
>> Linux kernel and make it compatible with the L4 virtualization?
>> The question comes from my scenario: I need to deploy a
>> customized linux kernel and want to do so over L4. This kernel
>> is build from the standard kernel applying some patches. I would
>> like to do the same with L4Linux, so the resulting kernel has
>> my patches plus L4.
>> Is this feasible? has been tested?
> L4Linux is also a patch against the standard Linux kernel. There's no
> patch readily available for download but you can easily generate it
> yourself. When your own modifications collide with the L4Linux ones you
> will need to do some conflict resolving. This basically only affects
> changes to arch/x86 or arch/arm. If your modifications are not in there
> it should not be a problem at all.
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