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Re: develop hurd on virtual machine

From: christian nastasi
Subject: Re: develop hurd on virtual machine
Date: Sat, 9 Jun 2007 14:58:51 +0200

Ok, some new questions.
For the previous I understand on my own what can I do (or this is what I believe).
- For the emulator I will use the bochs, because I see that there's an hurd image working with such emulator.
- For the cross compiler I found the Thomas scripts at  http://nic-nac-project.de/~schwinge/tmp/cross-gnu-env and  http://nic-nac-project.de/~schwinge/tmp/cross-gnu

For these I have a problem. I follow the instruction reported in the file cross-gnu. First of all the gnumach-1-branch doesn't  work because in this tree "configure" and others were missing. So I decided to use the gnumach tree instead and it seems to be good. But same problem I found with the MIG. Here follow the script output.
"./cross-gnu: line 243: /home/chris/own/develop/gnu/hurd-cross-compilation/src/mig/configure: No such file or director"

What can I do?

- My last question: does anybody used before the bochs and created some hurd image for it?

Thank you.

On 6/9/07, christian nastasi <nastasichr@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi all,
I'm going to develop my first VFAT translator for hurd, but there is a little problem.
I have not at hand a machine I can use for such a work, so I guessed I could use a virtual machine.

1- Can I compile the hurd system from my Debian GNU/Linux box? Does exist some how-to or paper describing how to do it?
2- Do you know some emulator I can use for this? (e.g. I remember of a "bochs emulator"). Is there anybody that had already done such a thing and could help me?


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