Release 2.6.29

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Anant Narayanan

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Apr 3, 2009, 8:02:09 AM4/3/09
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Hi All,

I've just uploaded a patch for kernel version 2.6.29 (http://
www.glendix.org/code/glendix_2.6.29.patch). This patch includes
several improvements over the previous release (2.6.24_u1): the /dev/
pid device is provided, 3 new system calls have been added, the code
is in a better directory structure and there is an initial
implementation for rfork.

Check out the updated instructions to use this release on the
quickstart page (http://www.glendix.org/docs/quickstart) and give it a
whirl.

The patch *may* apply cleanly on later versions of the kernel too, but
I don't guarantee it ;-)

Enjoy!
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Anant

Kristoffer Ericson

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Apr 3, 2009, 9:40:02 AM4/3/09
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Sweet, time to compile.

>
> Enjoy!
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> Anant
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Henry Huang

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Apr 7, 2009, 4:31:35 AM4/7/09
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Congratulations!
"Segmentation Fault" has gone away:)
Here are my problems:
[1] while compiling Plan9_binary as a module, i got the "undefined reference to" errors but build-in kernel -- no such errors
[2] cat runs smoothly but leaves a small nitpick
$ ./cat test
9load: 1000 5daf 6000 69a0 6cb4 0 926a
9load: Read 3252!
9load: BPRM Value: bffffd8b
9load: Stack start: bffffd40, TOS: bffffd50
Hello, Plan9!
BUG: Bad page state in process swapper pfn:0e962
page: c11d2c40 flags: 40000000 count:0 mapcount:-2 mapping:(null) index:ce962fa3

Kristoffer Ericson

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Apr 7, 2009, 4:53:46 AM4/7/09
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On Tue, 7 Apr 2009 16:31:35 +0800
Henry Huang <henry....@gmail.com> wrote:

> Congratulations!
> "Segmentation Fault" has gone away:)
> Here are my problems:
> [1] while compiling Plan9_binary as a module, i got the "undefined reference
> to" errors but build-in kernel -- no such errors

Have you tried putting the functions as external? Havent looked
at the code yet but thats my first impression.
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