I'll have to try -pre8 here soon and see if that works. I was able to get my Xen Network device to work by manually switching the IRQ over to some other one (5, I think). Unfortunately that caused a lot of other issues with stability of the system, and it's now very hard to keep it running, so I'm afraid I may have to undo that.
James, I'm still curious on the question someone else asked about why the Xen devices show up on the ISA bus? I know it probably doesn't really make a difference, since it is "virtual" hardware, but that just seems a little strange. Definitely not a criticism, just curious about it...
Thanks - Nick
>>> On Sat, Jul 19, 2008 at 12:46 PM, "Steffen Heil" <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I just upgraded to GPLPV 0.9.11-pre8.
Now I have the following IRQs:
ISA 7 Xen Net Device Driver
ISA 7 Xen Stub Device Driver (Console)
ISA 7 Xen Stub Device Driver (Virtual Frame Buffer)
ISA 11 Xen Block Device Driver
PCI 28 Xen PCI Device Driver
However, the network issue persists.
Windows tries to send packets (only a few over time), but Windows doesn't
Did you have any luck getting it to work for you?
BTW: As intermediate solution, I would like to enable the QEMU network
driver while keeping the PV block devices. Is this possible?
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