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Re: [Xen-devel] enabling pci on other domains


Most of it is in the manual.
You first have to exclude the card from domain 0,
then add it to the new domain.

Beware though, there's an error in the docs how to exclude a card:
 pci_dom0_hide=(xx.xx.x)(yy.yy.y)... should be

I'm still trying to figure out how you can actually
see (while being in the new domain) that the card
is there.


James Harper wrote:
Are there any issues with making a specific piece of hardware (isdn card) available in a domain other than 0? I am tinkering with the kernel driver of an ISDN card and such things are fraught with crashes :)

What is the procedure for doing this?



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