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Old 08-30-2010, 08:32 AM   #1
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This web site is great: http://linuxzoo.net/

I have been using it since I began learning UNIX / Linux.

Well, I have a question about it:

How does it work? How do we get a complete fresh installed machine ready for us to use as root?

It displays boot progress as we start it. The process is very fast and in a few seconds we are ready to log-in on the machine through ssh and telnet. If ssh and telnet are not availble then we can use the JavaScript Version which shows up the console direclty on a web page. This is really amazing!
 
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Hi,

Did you read this link: Linuxzoo - Technical Information

Not an in-depth article, but it does roughly explain how it is set up.

And here are some links to User Mode Linux:

User Mode Linux (Wiki)
User-mode Linux Community Site
The User-mode Linux Kernel Home Page

Hope this helps.
 
Old 08-30-2010, 09:01 AM   #3
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Hi,

Did you read this link: Linuxzoo - Technical Information

Not an in-depth article, but it does roughly explain how it is set up.

And here are some links to User Mode Linux:

User Mode Linux (Wiki)
User-mode Linux Community Site
The User-mode Linux Kernel Home Page

Hope this helps.


You're great, friend!

I saw the tutorials long ago. Just now I wondered how you got that page. So, I clicked the up link and found that it is on the start page.

http://linuxzoo.net/page/start.html

Okay, the information given there is great. In fact, I am using the machine right now. It says UML and I was wondering what the heck is that? Now I have the answer.

I think we learn more by asking questions and helping others.

Thanks!

P.S.: Your signature is also great!
 
Old 08-30-2010, 09:11 AM   #4
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And here are some links to User Mode Linux:

User Mode Linux (Wiki)
User-mode Linux Community Site
The User-mode Linux Kernel Home Page

Hope this helps.



These two web pages have been a great help for me to understand briefly what UML is. At first I thought it was "Universal Markup Language".

http://user-mode-linux.sourceforge.net/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User-mode_Linux
 
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