justin at shiningsilence.com
Tue May 13 08:39:34 PDT 2014
The answer is the same as with anything else open source: as soon as
someone makes it work, it will work. I don't know of anyone working on it
On Tue, May 13, 2014 at 10:51 AM, Zachary Crownover <
zachary.crownover at gmail.com> wrote:
> Will we ever support it in 64 bit?
> On May 13, 2014 5:49 AM, "Nikolai Lifanov" <lifanov at mail.lifanov.com>
>> On 05/12/14 23:12, Zachary Crownover wrote:
>> > I can't find our documentation on necessary steps to setup GNU/Linux
>> > binary emulation. If I want to run a binary compiled for GNU/Linux,
>> > namely Chrome, do I need to do anything other than kldload linux and
>> > then running the binary? Are there any special considerations that need
>> > to be made?
>> > --
>> > Sincerely,
>> > Zachary Crownover
>> Last time I checked, DragonFly only supported 32 bit linux emulation on
>> i386 kernels (no linux32 like FreeBSD). First step is to install i386
>> DragonFly, hope that nothing is bitrotted, and then install a linux_base
>> port. Please correct me if this is no longer true.
>> - Nikolai Lifanov
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