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Re: [Xen-devel] New kernel won't boot

> Just a quick note: I noticed that a top-level "make clean" in the
> xeno-clone directory does not remove xenolinux.gz, and a top-level
> "make" does not rebuild xenolinux.gz
> (destination is the xeno-clone/install/boot directory)
> Since I cannot find it documented elsewhere, here is the
> procedure I'm using to build from scratch.


Try the following instead:

1. mkdir xen-new ; cd xen-new

2. bk clone bk://xen.bkbits/net/xeno-1.1.bk

3. ./xeno-1.1.bk/tools/misc/xen-clone bk://xen.bkbits/net/xeno-1.1.bk

This should work better --- without explicitly telling the clone
script which repository to use it defaults to xeno-1.0.bk. You may
have found it therefore went and downloaded xeno-1.0.bk and built

This might also explain any boot problems you've had with Xenolinux
--- the clone script may have built a 1.0 Xenolinux rather than a 1.1

 -- Keir

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