You will also need a native (patched) Atari bootstrap, a ramdisk image (containing some uninteresting binaries that show the multithreading), and last but not least a kernel. You can boot the kernel from within the emulator by double-clicking on boot.ttp and entering the following parameters(or by putting them in a file named bootargs):
-r fs root=/dev/ram
Here is a screenshot of Linux booting on STonX (3.81 bogomips!).
Try this archive of all files mentioned above if you want all the files at once.
So far, it is possible to boot the kernel and mount a ramdisk ext2 filesystem (which contains the stuff in the romfs image of the uClinux site) and run the user binaries in it.
What needs to be done: a solid fork() (the uClinux people are working on it), someone with a lot of free time could try removing 68020 code, FPU and MMU instructions, and dependencies on the 68020+ stack frame format from the Amiga and Macintosh ports.
UPDATE: Since I received a lot of feedback about the project lately, I decided to try and fix some problems that people have reported. Unfortunately it wasn't easy to rebuild everything under my brand new 2.2 Mandrake installation. However, it seems to work now and I've updated the patches and the kernel image. Turns out that the bootstrap had a few problems, which hopefully are fixed by now..bear in mind that I don't have a real ST, only the emulator. To aid in the debugging, I have also included the System.map and .config of the kernel.
05/22/99: Fixed boot.ttp
05/23/99: Started to fix minix code
05/23/99: Updated ramdisk image, it now contains the source code of the binaries as well for those who are interested. For some reason, I need a 512K filesystem to hold only 91K of data (?). I fixed the minix code so that it compiles, but it doesn't seem to work yet.
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