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1 This is a SysVR4 emulator derived from work done as part of the NetBSD 2 Project by Christos Zoulas. It has been ported to FreeBSD by Mark Newton. 3 4 To use it: 5 6 1. Choose one of: 7 a. Add "device streams" to your kernel config file and rebuild, 8 reboot; or 9 b. Build and install the streams module in /sys/modules/streams 10 11 2. Build and install the svr4 module in /sys/modules/svr4 12 13 3. Type "kldload svr4" to start it up. 14 15 4. Grab compat_sol26.tar.gz or compat_svr4.tar.gz from 16 http://www.freebsd.org/~newton/freebsd-svr4 and install them in 17 /compat/svr4 18 19 5. Run "sh SVR4_MAKEDEV all" in /compat/svr4/dev 20 21 6. Mount a Solaris/x86 v2.6 or v7 CD-ROM on /cdrom (also works with 22 v2.4 and v2.5.1, but you need different symlinks in /compat/svr4) 23 24 7. Brand any executables you want to run, and/or set the 25 kern.fallback_elf_brand sysctl to 'SVR4' to establish this as the 26 default emulator for unbranded executables. 27 28 8. See if your SysVR4 programs work. 29 30 It's early days yet, folks -- You'll probably have trouble getting 100% 31 functionality out of most things (specifically, poll() on a socket doesn't 32 look like it works at the moment, so Netscape doesn't work (among other 33 things)). Patches will be appreciated. 34 35 - Mark Newton 36 email@example.com 37 38 $FreeBSD$
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