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Old 02-22-2006, 01:29 PM   #1
vash331
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installing gnu hurd


I was just wondering how I can install gnu hurd on my computer. The reason I posted this here is because I would like to be able to 'load' it or start it or something while I am using Linux, so I can use the drivers and stuff that I already have configured for my Linux machine. Anyway the only restriction of how to do this is that I would like to do this through the least proprietary method possible, meaning no vmware or parallel station or whatnot. So far I have found out about xen and bochs through google, but I am not sure if these are the programs that would help me becuase I know very litle about vm programs. Since I know you can't write a whole howto or something here, a link to a website or another forum would be very helpful, considering the fact I have found no helpful links on virtual machines + hurd on google yet. Thanks!
 
  


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