Re: cross compile gnumach and hurd
Farid Hajji writes:
> The biggest problem I encountered in installing a cross-compiled Hurd
> from FreeBSD was, that mke2fs was not available there and e2fstools
> contained too many Linux dependencies to be compilable on my box.
> Strangely, FreeBSD can mount ext2 filesystems, but can't make 'em :-/
FreeBSD can make ufs partitions, and I believe the Hurd can run on
them, although I have only tried accessing ufs partitions from the
Hurd, not booting the Hurd from them.
I have wondered how the Hurd handles passive translators on ufs
partitions, as ext2fs needs to be created with the -O hurd option
in order for passive translators to work.
Jeff Sheinberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>