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Re: [Xen-devel] Re: Xen V1.1 release candidate

> So I compile new xen and xenolinux images with the matching tools and I have
> some troubles. When I boot the first time with new kernels, the boot frozen
> after enabling the Real Time Clock Driver. So I removed it from the kernel and
> everything went fine. I don't know if this driver is a problem. I will make a
> new try with "Enhanced Real Time Clock Support" enable in the kernel...

What version of the BK repository are you using (i.e. the top
changeset if you do 'bk sccslog | head' in root directory of

The RTC drivers will definitely not work -- most of the drivers in
drivers/char WILL NOT WORK. If they aren't configured by default, they
probably shouldn't be configured. AFAIK drivers/char is the only area
where you can configure stuff that will bite you. 

> Another problem occures when I try to start a new domain. I receive a kernel
> panic during the boot. I use the following /etc/xenctl.xml file:

The block-device code is in flux right now. We'll take a look at the
problem, but if you want to get up and running as quickly as possible
you should be using the xeno-1.1.bk.

 -- Keir

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