On Monday 09 November 2009 11:37:41 Huth, Hans-Peter wrote: > > Hi, > > > > i have just installed FreeBSD 8.0 RC2 and wanted to play around > > with imunes/vimage, but i couldn't find it in the installed version > > (from DVD ISO). Did i just missed something, or what do i have to > > install something in addition? If so, FTP URLS would be helpful as my > > BSD machine is not in a network. > > > > Build a custom kernel with option VIMAGE. You can initialize a > > vimage-enabled > > >jail with: > > > >... > > > > The work on vnet is well done, and has been reliable through all of my > > load > > > testing. > > [in reply to remodeler] > > i have build the kernel now (from 8.0 RC2 DVD), but imunes and vimage > are still not there. > What is missing? Or am i stuck with Rel. 7 and patching? I want to play > around with the > Imunes network emulation features. Docu at > http://imunes.tel.fer.hr/virtnet/ does not help either, > directories under src are different.
Hi, here's the procedure which should be sufficient to get IMUNES up and running on FreeBSD 8.0-RC3 (I've tested this on amd64, but i386 should work as well): - Install 8.0-RC3, along with the full src tree and the following packages: xorg-7.4_2 tk-8.4.19_2,2 quagga-0.99.15 xorp-1.6.tbz wireshark-1.2.2 netperf-2.4.5 - Fetch a kernel patch required for IMUNES to work, and patch the kernel: cd /tmp fetch http://imunes.net/imunes-8.0-RC3.diff cd /usr patch < /tmp/imunes-8.0-RC3.diff - Create a VIMAGE kernel config in /usr/src/sys/amd64/conf/VIMAGE: include GENERIC options VIMAGE nooptions SCTP options KDB options DDB - Build & install the VIMAGE kernel: cd /sys/amd64/conf config VIMAGE cd ../compile/VIMAGE make depend; make; make install - Compile & install the vimage command: cd /usr/src/tools/tools/vimage make; make install - Fetch & install the IMUNES GUI: cvs -d :pserver:anonym...@cvs.imunes.net:/usr/local/src/cvsroot co \ imunes cd imunes ./install.sh Good luck, Marko _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-virtualization To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-virtualization-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"