Is there a possibility of a generalized interface where any linux kernel module
could be loaded, in the event that the linux emulator were loaded? Or would
this require running the linux kernel in RAM, and therefore running two virtual
On Thursday, January 11, 2001 3:12 PM, Alfred Perlstein
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> * Carl Makin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [010111 14:52] wrote:
> > There are a couple of linux kernel modules that I'd love to run under
> > FreeBSD. I've always assumed that I'd have to rewrite them substantially
> > to make that happen.
> > Can anyone give me some pointers on how hard it could be to port a linux
> > kernel module to FreeBSD?
> Depends on how familiar you are with kernel internals, for instance
> after taking a quick look at the kernel module needed to run vmware
> it was pretty clear that someone with the experience and time could
> have it done in under a week, about 2 weeks later some maniac ( :) )
> surfaced who had done just that.
> -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
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