Understood ! :))
You can close the ticket.
Thanks for all.
Le 30/08/2012 23:35, Steven Chamberlain a écrit :
On 30/08/12 22:13, Chlon Michaël wrote:You could manually create a menu entry for it, but all it could do is boot the kernel, and then immediately panic/halt because it needs a fully installed GNU/kFreeBSD root filesystem to go any further.Why is there a package, if we can't use it with a debian installation ?It is a vital part of a Debian GNU/kFreeBSD installation (the kfreebsd-amd64 / kfreebsd-i386 architectures) but you would normally install the whole thing, separately. On a Debian GNU/Linux installation, I'm not really sure of the package's purpose. Hopefully someone else could explain? The only thing I can think of is that someone might want to use it with Qemu, or a para-virtualised Xen guest domain perhaps? Also it is a convenient side-effect that if the GNU/Linux buildds build the kFreeBSD kernel as well, that might reveal some problem in the code or toolchain that wasn't noticeable when the kfreebsd-* buildds built it. Regards,
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