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SubjectRe: Linux Kernel Debuggers, KDB or KGDB?
On Tue, May 01, 2001 at 10:22:14AM -0500, Jeff Dike wrote:
> ingo.oeser@informatik.tu-chemnitz.de said:
> > Basically you could add support for ALL generic subsystems, that
> > support dummy hardware, like SCSI and ISDN for example.
> > Is that planned or do I suggest sth. stupid here? ;-)
>
> Neither. I know squat about hardware, so I had no idea that SCSI and ISDN
> would be easy to do from UML.
>
> If the SCSI and ISDN people want to produce appropriate UML drivers, I take
> patches :-)

Everything is there. SCSI and ISDN have the equivalent devices of the
"lo" driver for the networking layer. Or the equivalent of
tun/tap devices for the ethernet layer.

It just have to be an config.in option in UML and every other
adapters switched off.

The problem is: I still do not really get how UML really works.
Many of the mapping rules (Kernel machanism on normal arch ->
UML) are not quite clear to me.

Is there a paper or sth. like that describing the design a bit
more in detail? I only found usage papers on the user-mode-linux
home page.

Regards

Ingo Oeser
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