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[Xen-users] Xen 2 and Asterisk

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Subject: [Xen-users] Xen 2 and Asterisk
From: preeve <preeve@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2005 16:59:13 +0000
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I apologise for the specificity of this posting, but there was some
dialogue in this forum on this topic a few months ago - maybe others are
ploughing the same furrow...

I have a Xen 2.0-testing/Linux 2.6.12/SuSE 10.0 installation which
supports a small consolidated server cluster with PCI access from DomU's
to Hauppauge TV cards and a network card.  So far so good.

I've been trying for some time to establish my Asterisk PBX in a DomU as
well, but keep hitting a brick wall with the drivers for the Digium
TDM400P PCI card.  Drivers compile, but raise a segmentation fault on
module loading in DomU. It all works in Dom0.

Any ideas - including diagnostic strategies re Xen DomU PCI interface
would be welcome.

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