Questions about Fiasco.OC scheduler and L4Linux
l4 at marc-chaland.net
Tue Mar 28 11:37:23 CEST 2017
Le lun. 27 mars 2017 à 15:59, Christian Ludwig <christian_ludwig at genua.de>
a écrit :
On Monday, 27. March 2017, 15:24:59 Matthias Lange wrote:
> On 03/27/2017 03:12 PM, Marc CHALAND wrote:
> > <adam at os.inf.tu-dresden.de <mailto:adam at os.inf.tu-dresden.de>> a écrit :
> > With a i.MX7d you have hardware support for virtualization, so what
> > about using that, i.e. running normal Linux in a VM? Getting an
> > L4Linux
> > for an older version is of course possible but a bit of work.
> > Do you have any sample lua script to help me to set a linux vm up ?
> Please have a look at conf/examples/l4lx.cfg in your l4 source
> directory. This starts the L4Linux kernel and passes a couple of
> arguments to the kernel such as memory size and the ramdisk name.
I guess the question was more about running umodified Linux in a VM on top
Fiasco. In this scenario, Fiasco acts as the hypervisor only. There is the
'uvmm' package that implements a virtual machine monitor, which sets up a
hardware-like environment for Linux. That package also has an example
That's it. Thank you
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