View Full Version : [ubuntu] User-Mode Linux, command "umllinux"

November 28th, 2010, 04:06 PM
I am a student, trying to get some studying done at home by configuring UML & Utilities on my laptop at home. I am using Lucid Lynx OS. Now the little i know is that my college PCs are accessing a UNIX server and all i need to do is type the command "umllinux" on the terminal and the umllinux file located in the /uml directory is run. I have installed a UNIX Kernel as far as i am aware, having typed "sudo apt-get install user-mode-linux". Maybe what i am trying to do is have UML instances running, if that makes it clearer.

I would love to at least get a link to anything helpful OR even if it is a clue towards an answer... Thank you.

November 30th, 2010, 11:26 PM
no idea what you are doing here but you could try thishttp://kuparinen.org/martti/comp/ubuntu/en/uml.html (http://kuparinen.org/martti/comp/ubuntu/en/uml.html). You seem to be trying to create a virtual machine on your system but I can't see how this will get you connected to your Uni server.