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Re: [Xen-devel] sharing PCI devices

Mark Williamson wrote:

I think the correct syntax is:
pci = [ '0x00,0x07,0x02' ]

This doesn't work but i experimented based on this Idea with other syntaxes and the right syntax is "pci = ['00,07,02']" thank you again :) .

so here my Configfile:

kernel = "/boot/vmlinuz-2.6.10-xen0"
memory = 64
name = "sarge-test"
nics = 1
disk = ['file:/root/sarge,sda1,w']
root = "/dev/sda1 ro"
pci = ['00,07,02']

In the Test machine maybe i have accsess to the Controller
test:~# lspci
0000:00:07.2 USB Controller: Intel Corp. 82371AB/EB/MB PIIX4 USB

I didn´t try it really because in the moment anything is loading automaticly some Modules on the Host within the USB Modules too. I do not know what for an fuc.... Program is doing that. First i tryed these Modules to add in /etc/hotplug/blacklist and after them, it doesn´t work, i have removed hotplug. The File /etc/modules are controlled too, but there are still loading the USB Modules again, grrrrr :)

If that realy works so here is my Goal
I want to install one System there only Job is it to be a Host, harded with the Greysecurity Patch and other Stoff. One Guest have directly access to the ISDN/DSL Controller and will be the Router, Firewall and Gateway for the Network. Another Guest get access to the On board ATI 9200 and the ATI Soundcard to be a Desktop ( sometimes i get guests to play Americas Army in a LAN :) ). And the Rest are normal Guests, one NFS,SMB and DHCP Server, and one is a LAMP System and for some other Services.

Now i have installed VMware, i have installed X to use it and the Router is the Host too, because i don´t get access to the ISDN Controller.with VMware Maybe with XEN it will be more saver and stabler hopefully too

really thank you Guys :)

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