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Old 02-19-2004, 11:06 AM   #1
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As per the instructions given in the manual given from i downloaded the kernel patch for 2.4.20-8 .Should i download the matching root filesystem or can i use the current root filesystem itself ?if i can use the current root filesystem then how should i configure my installation for using it.

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I don't think that you can use your own root fs. It's probably better to use another one. Because UML FS is seen as a normal file by your current FS. A solution if you really want to use the same FS for both, is to create an image of your current FS. Moreover modifications between FS can be merge by a uml tool (sorry I don't remember its name but you 'll find it on uml site).


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