[zones-discuss] solaris10 brand source code

2009-05-27 Thread Jerry Jelinek
I have posted the current source for the solaris10 brand on the project page at: http://www.opensolaris.org/os/project/s10brand/ This source is synced to ONNV b116. Its a compressed tar archive which you can unpack into an ONNV workspace which has been synced to b116. If anyone has any

[zones-discuss] Running a 32 bit zone in Solaris 64 bit

2009-05-27 Thread Bernd Schemmer
Hi I'm running OpenSolaris on a T61p with 64 Bit CPUs. Sometimes I need a 32 Bit OpenSolaris instance (e.g. to compile 32 Bit binaries without changing the make files). I can do this with either rebooting into 32 Bit or within a VirtualBox /QEMU virtual machine but it would be more elegant

Re: [zones-discuss] Running a 32 bit zone in Solaris 64 bit

2009-05-27 Thread James Carlson
Bernd Schemmer writes: I'm running OpenSolaris on a T61p with 64 Bit CPUs. Sometimes I need a 32 Bit OpenSolaris instance (e.g. to compile 32 Bit binaries without changing the make files). I can do this with either rebooting into 32 Bit or within a VirtualBox /QEMU virtual machine but it

Re: [zones-discuss] Running a 32 bit zone in Solaris 64 bit

2009-05-27 Thread Bernd Schemmer
Hi, hat exactly are you trying to do, and why won't it work on a regular 64-bit kernel? Do you just want to limit the output of 'isainfo', or is there something more to it? Exactly -- ... The problem occured while I was creating a package for the new QEMU version. That package should

Re: [zones-discuss] Running a 32 bit zone in Solaris 64 bit

2009-05-27 Thread James Carlson
Bernd Schemmer writes: hat exactly are you trying to do, and why won't it work on a regular 64-bit kernel? Do you just want to limit the output of 'isainfo', or is there something more to it? Exactly -- ... The problem occured while I was creating a package for the new QEMU version. That