enable linux compatibility
sarav_gsa at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 28 21:34:13 PST 2005
--- Lowell Gilbert
<freebsd-questions-local at be-well.ilk.org> wrote:
> saravanan ganapathy <sarav_gsa at yahoo.com> writes:
> > Hai
> > I tried to enable linux compatibility on my
> > (5.3 Release)kernel by adding 'options
> > in my kernel config file and recompiled the kernel
> > using this file.But even after, this is not
> > kldstat o/p shows as
> > # kldstat
> > Id Refs Address Size Name
> > 1 3 0xc0400000 5ef620 kernel
> > 2 14 0xc09f0000 537f0 acpi.ko
> Right. You installed it directly into your kernel,
> instead of as a
> kernel module. Therefore, it does not show up in a
> list of kernel
> > The 'linux' command also not found.
> Not needed.
> > What may be the problem?
> You haven't tried anything that *uses* the linux
> What do you want it for?
How do I confirm that linux compatibility has been
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