User-mode Linux is a patch for the Linux kernel which allows an executable binary to be compiled and executed on a host Linux machine. The kernel can be assigned virtual resources, including a root filesystem and swap space, and can have a hardware configuration entirely separated from that of the host.
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eTecc.net is the latest UML to bring itself to my attention. Here's the blurb:
Providing UML based Linux VDS/VPS on the following OS's:
All at affordable pricing. Learn more at: www.eTecc.net/vds.php
Many people saw the announcement by LynuxWorks of a ppc32 port of UML. I subsequently received the code, in the form of a 2.6.0-test9 kernel tarball, rather than in the form of a patch which is the standard currency in the Linux world. The tarball is available here. It is not a complete kernel tarball, which will complicate any effort to generate a patch from it.
So, it would be a nice project for someone to clean out the cruft, and generate a clean patch so I can see what happened there, and how to merge it.
I don't want to seem ungrateful to LynuxWorks for the carping above. This is a useful piece of work, and was probably a lot of work. It just would have been nice to get a clean patch so I could see what they did.
On the ppc64 front, IBM sponsored a contest to port various SourceForge projects to ppc, one of which was UML. There was one entry, from Noah Misch at CalTech. He did not manage to get it finished (or even compiling), so, unfortunately, I couldn't in good faith tell IBM that he did it, and get him his G4. Sorry.
He was good enough to send me his incomplete patch, which is available here for anyone who might want to pick it up and run with it.
Luca Bigliardi was good enough to poke through that tarball and make a patch. The 208M source tree is now a 260K patch. There are remnants of a LynxOs port attempt in this patch, which need to be separated from the ppc32 parts. The patch doesn't build, as the original tarball doesn't.
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