I have a question about L4Linux
adam at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
Tue May 29 22:21:10 CEST 2012
On Mon May 28, 2012 at 15:36:47 -0300, Ednilson Ricardo wrote:
> Hello, I have some doubts about the L4Linux, can you help me?
> *** What are the purposes of L4Linux?Hardware subjaecnte that OS
> (capacity and types of memory, processor, bus, etc.).*** With this
> operating system can work? What capacity and type of hardware it runs?
> What is the architecture that it needs to function? the type of memory
> itworks? processors that it works, buses, and everything involved in
> the operating system. What it needs hardware to run? What type of
> application it serves?Interaticas, batch, real-time, etc..*** What are
> the characteristics related to the accomplishment of the
> application,low response time, low turnaround time, etc.. (View
> aqielas applications, which it meets the requirements) as it meets
> these requirements? -> It is otimisado,blibioterca specific uses, he
> uses some dynamic code that allows it meets these requirements, then
> how it will work.*** What is your architecture? (Monolithic? Layered?
> Micro-kernel virtual machineor some other system) PREFERENCE TO
> EXPLAIN AND THE GREATERLEVEL POSSIBLE to detail.*** If the operating
> system is not supposed or threads (the core of User, hybrid?)And how
> the theads are implemented in the OS (if it meets it has a mechanism
> forimplementation (How it was implemented)
Many questions. L4Linux is a port of the Linux kernel to run as an
application on L4. As such it can run on any system that L4 can run on,
basically any system that offers a memory management unit. L4Linux is
its current form runs on x86 and ARM systems. L4Linux can be used to run
any Linux application, as such it is not limited to a certain type of
application. In this case it functions as a virtual machine. Maybe you
can rephrase your questions about threads to be more specific?
Adam adam at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
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