[Vm-dev] Camera sig fault on 64 bits machines.

Andreas Wacknitz a.wacknitz at gmx.de
Fri Apr 11 14:44:34 UTC 2014

Am 10.04.2014 um 22:35 schrieb gettimothy <gettimothy at zoho.com>:

> >>Nicolas
> >>Just one word: please don't forget the work from Pharo team on CMakeVMMaker, it might be a decent starting point.
> Absolutely--never underestimate how lazy I can be (:
> I also have the existing standard interpreter CMake as a model as well. I am going to take the time to study CMake first instead of just modifying and hacking on other's work.
> >>Andreas..
> >>I am trying to get Squeak/Pharo to run under Solaris (OpenSolaris) with some trouble. But also BSD folks have difficulties because UNIX == Linux in the view of the Squeak VM.
> I have considered Open Solaris and FreeBSD for my former dos partition--I don't know if CMake will work on them, but I will investigate. Do you have a link for open solaris? When I checked a few days ago Oracle had branded everything and I prefer to not deal with Ellison if I can.
Yes, alas Solaris is closed-source again after the taker-over by Oracle. Nevertheless there are a couple of derivates from the OpenSolaris,
some commercial (like NexentraStor and SmartOS), some free (like openindiana, OpenSXCE, and DilOS). Most of them share Illumos (http://wiki.illumos.org) as a common base. While the commercial derivates typically have specialist usages (e.g. NexentraStor as big, reliable storage solution and SmartOS as a virtualization solution), the free offerings are still more or less general purpose OS's. In my eyes the most promising is openindiana (http://wiki.openindiana.org and for ISO’s: http://dlc.openindiana.org/isos/).


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