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Re: [K12OSN] openmosix on K12LTSP V2.1



Looks like they've moved the listing for the 2.4.16-openmosix5 kernels and
patches off of the SourceForge site, but they are still available if you
click on the links in the "LTSP+OpenMosix: A Mini How-To" (Revision 3.3)
under the "Files needed in this example" section (3-6).  They are still
available for download even though they are not listed any more.

openMosix-kernel-2.4.18-1 is currently the latest release, along with the
userland tools openmosix-user 0.2.2-Birthday. You could use the 2.4.18
releases for your server and build new client kernels (as my now dated
how-to indicates).  But you would need to study out the userland tools to
find out which to copy where and how to use them (not as difficult as it
sounds).

Note, if you are going to use the OM 2.4.18 kernels you need to use the
later userland tools.  The RPMS I list apply to the 2.4.16 set.  I have
applied the How-To (openMosix 2.4.16 & 2.4.17 [with userland mods]) to the
latest stable K12LTSP distro without anything breaking so I would say it's
still valid to date--but I really do need to update the doc...

James Jensen



----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Wright" <paua quicksilver net nz>
To: <k12osn redhat com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 17, 2002 5:05 AM
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] openmosix on K12LTSP V2.1


> James Jensen wrote:
>
> >openMosix kernels (or patch, whichever you prefer) based on 2.4.18 have
been
> >released, along with new userland tools.  You can find them at:
> >
> >http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=46729
> >
>
> Hey James..  Ok this is called openmosix1..  we were looking for
> openmosix5
>
> Whats the difference ?
>
> >
> >Be advised that my own how-to has not been updated for these latest
> >offerings yet, but if you've done the 2.4.16 install previously you can
use
> >it as a starting point for the 2.4.18 release.  The userland tools have
> >changed a bit in use, naming and location, but the basic concepts are
still
> >the same.
> >
>
> Yeah, we were using your HOWTO..
>
> >
> >Guess a new write-up would be in order...
> >
>
> 8-)  at you leisure..  looking forward to it.
>
> regards,
> Steve





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