On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 7:11 PM, David Gonzalez Herrera
> Sorry man,
> Like you I have the same problem and nobody seems to have an answer to
> anything related to Fedora + xen 4.0.1 + Dom0 kernel pv_ops, at least you've
> gotten further away than me, I have a kernel panic that nobody seems to
> ahve this kind of setup.
> BTW would it be possible that you emailed me your .config file to test
> building my own kernel to see if at least I get a "no root found" error.
> Thanks and hope someone here someday finds the solution or write a true
> xen4.0.1+Dom0 + CentOS/Fedora14 that works.
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> On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 4:06 AM, 김병기 <bklove80@xxxxxxxxx
>> This is my first question.. (sorry for my poor english.. )
>> Is this right way to ask something about installing xen, build kernel
>> ...etc using mailing list??
>> I want know "How or Where can I ask something & How can I get your smart
>> I have followed this tutorial
" exactly on my Core 2 Dou.
>> after config the menu.lst and reboot..
>> then, "PCI : not using MMCONFIG" message pops up and all system stops.
>> so I fixed this problem by set "CONFIG_PIC_MMCONFIG=y" in .config file
>> and rebuild and install kernel
>> after reboot..
>> Finally, "No root device found" and Boot failed.
>> I installed Fedora13 disk partition same as tutorial
>> What is the main problem with this situation??
>> Thanks everyone.!
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