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Re: oldschool xen kernel on sid


In an attempt to finally get a recent Xen dom0 kernel booted on this
pesky amd64 system (see
for the (short) story), I wanted to give this one one a try:

Marco Nenciarini <mnencia@prato.linux.it> wrote:
> I've applied latest forward ported patches from
> http://code.google.com/p/gentoo-xen-kernel/downloads/list
> to the 2.6.31 experimental package.
> The resulting kernel works well for me (at least on amd64 arch).
> Fell free to reuse my little work
> http://www.prato.linux.it/~mnencia/xen/oldschool-xen-2.6.31-5.patch.bz2

I applied the patch, built the kernel, but it'll crash / reset the system
in the middle of the booting process.  The last thing I can see are some
``NET:'' messages.  How to help debugging this?  Marco, should I perhaps
give your binary packages a try?

Bastian, is any of your Xen dom0 work available somewhere?


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