Full Genode Install

Nobody III hungryninja101 at ...9...
Tue Oct 28 16:28:34 CET 2014

Thanks! This should be great! :)
As for the name, you can call me Ben. Or Nobody III. ;)

On Tue, Oct 28, 2014 at 3:08 PM, Norman Feske <norman.feske at ...1...>

> Hello,
> btw, would you be comfortable to tell me your name or at least a nick
> name? I feel a little bad about starting an email with "Hi Nobody". ;-)
> > Thanks. The Genode documentation does seem somewhat lacking, so could
> > you please help me? What apps are already available for launching Genode
> > programs? I think that finding a good way of launching programs (e.g.
> > through a terminal emulator) would be the first thing that I would need
> > to do.
> I think what you are looking for is located at 'os/src/app/cli_monitor',
> which is a command-line-based application for starting and killing
> subsystems. To give it a try, please refer to the run script
> 'gems/run/termina_mux.run', which combines the CLI monitor with a
> terminal multiplexer called 'terminal_mux'. After booting the system,
> press control-x to bring up the terminal-mux menu where you can switch
> between CLI monitor and a log view. In CLI monitor, press tab to see a
> list of commands. When having started a subsystem (e.g., 'start noux' -
> note that you can use tab completion), you can switch to the new session
> by pressing control-x again.
> As a nice exercise, you may try to integrate CLI monitor with the window
> manager (see 'gems/run/wm.run') using the graphical terminal
> ('gems/src/server/terminal') and nit_fb ('os/src/server/nit_fb').
> > Also, can executables and libraries be loaded from filesystems?
> > That seems like the solution to avoid needing to build new system images.
> > Is there anything else helpful that I should know about Genode to build
> > it as a general-purpose OS?
> Normally, parent processes (like init, launchpad, CLI monitor) obtain
> binaries and shared libraries as so-called ROM modules. The component
> fs_rom ('os/src/server/fs_rom') provides a ROM service that hands out
> files from a file system as ROM modules. By combining it with a
> file-system server (such as rump_fs), you can start subsystems from a
> file system.
> In general, the best way to go forward is to explore the various run
> scripts and components to get a tangible feel of which components are
> there and how to combine them in useful ways.
> Have fun!
> Norman
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