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User Mode Linux.


User Mode Linux.

Dike, Jeff.

Prentice Hall


328 pages



Bruce Perens' open source series


This guide to User Mode Linux details how it works, applications, booting and exploration, file system management, small and large server setup and management, compiling from source, specialized configurations, Copy-On-Write files, and networking and security. There is no bibliography. Dike, an engineer at Intel, is an author and maintainer of User Mode Linux.

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