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[Xen-devel] rebuild xen kernel ?

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  • Date: Sun, 12 Dec 2004 00:04:49 +0900
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I installed xen-2.0.1 by binary package. When I boot use xen kernel,
my machine doesnt recognize the USB mouse. I guess the reason is xen
doesnt support USB mouse. Now I want to rebuild xen kernel (to make a
new /boot/xen.gz). According to Xen manual, I must get
xen-2.0.1.src.tgz, untar and run "make ARCH=xen menuconfig" in
"linux-2.6.9-xen0". But why there in "xen-2.0" directory, I only found

One more question: do I need to patch stock kernel with xen? If so,
how to patch it?

Thank you,

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