[klibc] Remote testing of klibc

H. Peter Anvin hpa at zytor.com
Mon Mar 20 09:53:34 PST 2006

Aaron Griffin wrote:
> Right, that's what I meant - sorry for not being fully explicit.  I'm
> talking about testing a kernel without rebooting - it's not really
> klibc specific.  I know something can do it, but I have little or no
> experience with the kind of utilities this requires, and don't even
> know if there are non-gui versions.  I'll check out things like qemu
> and friends, and find out - I was just trying to see if anyone already
> had experience with these apps, and could point me in the right
> direction.

The only ways you can test a kernel without rebooting is by 
virtualization, emulation, or to test a metakernel like UML.


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