DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2008-10
Re: setting up vkernel
> >>I run vkernel, but it never happens, how can I know that vkernel is running?
> > Try `ps ax | grep kernel', in another login session (tty).
> > If running vkernel looks like a DragonFly system booting, it is working.
> > What never happens?
> > Please include in your respnse commands you type and their output.
> I typed:
> #./boot/kernel -m 64m -r rootimg.01 -I auto:bridge0
> #./boot/kernel: command not found
> #ls -lh
> .... kernel
> .... rootimg.01
> .... var.vkernel -> /home/var.vkernel
Try running: `./kernel -m 64m -r rootimg.01 -I auto:bridge0'
Which DragonFly version are you using?
It seems like vkernel kernel isn't installed in boot directory on your system
(kernel was moved to boot directory in DragonFly version 2.1).
`man vkernel' on the DragonFly system you are running vkernel on
will give you instructions for the version you use.