On Mon, 14 November 2011 Sam <email@example.com> wrote:
> Can VServer be ported to run on Android? If I do the porting myself, how
> much work is involved?
> Thanks for any pointers!
This probably depends on how many files from android kernel differ from
kernel.org kernels and if/how many of them are touched by linux-vserver.
The best hint would be provided by an attempt to apply linux-vserver
patch on top of android kernel. The number of files patch complains
about would be a nice indicator (be it rejects or just offsets).
Please report back with the list of files with rejects or hunk offsets
and tell us what liux-vserver you used for what version of android kernel.
I would think there should no be too many conflicts though I don't know
how much of android tree additions are drivers (should not conflict with
l-v) or affect core (which is much more prone to conflicts - a good
candidate might be suspend blockers)
Received on Mon Nov 14 21:20:51 2011