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Re: [Xen-devel] Xen-NetBSD question

On Thu, Dec 16, 2004 at 10:52:32AM -0300, Roberto Pereyra wrote:
> >     o Can I boot NetBSD/Xen without having a NFS root? e.g. from
> >            a HD or CDROM.
> >You don't need an NFS root anymore since I added a block device driver.
> >With the xen12load loader it is also possible to boot NetBSD as domain0.
> >The block device driver will hijack the wd/sd/cd major numbers and
> >should give you access to your IDE/SCSI devices just like regular
> >NetBSD/i386 (unless Xen probes the devices in a different order).  This
> >allows you to boot from a NetBSD/i386 root filesystem without having
> >to change /etc/fstab.
> This only works in Xen 1.2 ? not in Xen 2.0 ?

yes, dom0 support for NetBSD is Xen 1.2 only.


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