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Re: Starting with bcc and ELKS

> silvercreekvalley <silvercreekvalley@xxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
> [...]
> > I've just started looking at the ELKS software and
> > have made a start with the bcc development
> environment.
> > 
> > I can compile and wondered if there is an easy way of
> > generating executables that run on regular linux.
> Somewhere --- possibly shipped with your bcc --- there
> should be a command called elksemu that will let you run
> ELKS binaries built with bcc. But this stuff is all pretty
> archaic so I don't know if it still works.
> The binaries themselves are 16 bit code and won't run
> on a normal Linux system without help.
> -- 
> David Given
> dg@xxxxxxxxxxx
> --
(Sorry, David- This was supposed to go to the list, not only to you)

I've never tried this, but don't you have to have BINFMT_AOUT or BIMFMT_MISC enabled in your kernel?

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