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L4/KA README Uwe Dannowski June 7 2000 1. Getting Started After obtaining the source tree (from CVS or as a tarball), go to the kernel directory and type make: src/l4-ka > cd kernel src/l4-ka/kernel > make This should automatically invoke the XConfig tool to configure the kernel. The settings default to build an x86-X0-debug kernel. After finishing the configuration, click "Save and Exit" in XConfig. Then the kernel is built. As a result of the build process, there should be a kernel image file x86-kernel (or whatever architecture you chose). That's all - copy the kernel image to your boot medium. The build process for the applications is quite similar - go to the apps directory and type make there: src/l4-ka > cd apps src/l4-ka/apps > make The XConfig tool for the applications is invoked. Make your selections with respect to the kernel settings (kernel version) and select the applications you want to build. When you're done with the configuration, click "Save and Exit" and the build process starts. For now, the resulting binaries will reside in the respective subdirectories. Copy them to your boot medium and have fun. Please, direct comments, contributions, etc. to this README to: Uwe.Dannowski@ira.uka.de