[ECOS] Linux Synthetic and networking

David N. Welton davidw@dedasys.com
Thu May 9 11:09:00 GMT 2002


Stephen Polkowski <stephen@centtech.com> writes:

> 	Does the Linux Synthetic platform allow networking on the
> native system? In other words, does the ECOS kernel default to
> native linux socket calls, or is ECOS simulating a fake network
> stack internally? I'm looking to debug a tcpip application, but I
> need to connect to it from a seperate tcpip client (ie ftp server
> and client).

I've been using 'bochs' very effectively to run ecos in.  It's pretty
accurate (so far) as far as its emulation.  I run it in 'FLOPPY' mode,
as it's pretty easy to make the image.

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