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Developing

Developing and using LEAF in a virtual environment

Table of Contents
1. Introduction
1.1. Why using a virtual environment ?
1.2. Feedback
1.3. Acknowledgments and Thanks
1.4. Changelog
1.5. Useful references
2. Which virtual environment ?
2.1. Available options
2.2. Prerequisites
3. Userland program development using a virtual Debian/slink box
3.1. Installing your virtual Debian/slink machine
3.2. Connecting your virtual machine to the network
3.3. Connecting your virtual machine to the host filesystem
4. Kernel & modules development using a virtual Debian/woody box
4.1. Installing your virtual Debian/woody machine
4.2. Connecting your virtual machine to the network
4.3. Connecting your virtual machine to the host filesystem
5. Using a virtual LEAF/Bering router
5.1. Installation
5.2. Tips
6. How-to build an UML kernel for LEAF
7. How-to build a Debian/slink filesystem ?
  • Created on 2004-03-26 10:33:19 by mhnoyes
  • Updated on 2004-03-27 06:51:20 by mhnoyes

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