This is for the pico8 binary specifically, which is only distributed for Linux, MacOS and Windows currently.
So I've installed the necessary emulator port (emulator/linux_base-c7) to provide the necessary libraries, etc. and have linux.ko, linux_common.ko, linux64.ko loaded.
So I understand...
I am running
FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE-p6 FreeBSD 11.1-RELEASE-p6 #0: Sun Jan 7 21:42:48 AEDT 2018
Id Refs Address Size Name
1 35 0xffffffff80200000 1fe5bd0 kernel
2 1 0xffffffff82419000 2018ed zfs.ko
7 3 0xffffffff82642000 7b0f linux_common.ko
So I noticed that the Linux Binary compatibility use the Kernel 2.x which is pretty old and it has a lot of known vulnerabilities. Is it still safe if we run it on FreeBSD or will it be not secure to have it?
Hello, I'm trying to use one propiertary linux application with linux-c6-6.9 on FreeBSD 11.1 amd64. Application starts, but stops shortly with error in log file:
File shared access error 'v8stg://c:/1/FileStorage': ./src/storage.cpp(5013)"
I have no sources and can't contact support directly...
So far, I've had good success with installing FreeBSD 11 with zfs mirrored disks on servers along with samba, allowing Windows and Linux workstations to store files. Recently, I have installed linux-c6 binary compatibility on one of my servers in order to run a third party program that provides...
First of all, I'm well aware that Linux compatibility is not intended to replace the actual system, that is known of being limited and we get it as it is. No problem with that. The purpose of my asking is that of learning at this point. I tried to install the Linux Discord client in...
there are a lot of mono applications these days, especially in the gaming area (both server and client). So I wonder whether it is possible to run Mono applications on the Linux Compatibility Layer of FreeBSD.
I think there would need to be some ports for that, or some Linux for mono...
I'm trying to setup my nvidia drivers and have been following the handbook, I have installed xorg and enabled linux_enable="YES"
When I did that I got this response:
# sysctl compat.linux.osrelease=2.6.18
compat.linux.osrelease: 2.6.32 -> 2.6.18
This makes me wonder if I am...
After having updated (with freebsd-update) my FreeBSD 10.2 workstation to the new 10.3, i am no longer able to run Sublime Text 3. I have updated the system and the packages without any problem. But when i try to start Sublime Text 3, i get... nothing. No window, no error message at all...
I've been playing with the Linuxulator in an attempt to be able to do FPGA programming entirely in FreeBSD. I have the Altera Quartus software (which is unfortunately only provided as a Linux binary) running fine now after much work, mainly in installing libraries manually before I realised...
Anyone have experience using RPM with Linux Binary Compatibility? How easy is to use it? You just install and it works or it needs additional tweaking or something else?
Is it possible to install RPM of LibreOffice (version 5) and Skype with Linux Binary Compatibility?