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RE: [Xen-devel] Latest source

> >> Is Jeremy's git repository,
> >> git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/jeremy/xen.git xen/ 
> >> master,
> >> the latest dom0-Linux source (which includes the pv_ops code)?
> >> What about the corresponding domU-Linux source ?
> >
> > The git repo supports both dom0 and domU operation.
> >
> > -- Keir
> But I don't see "netfront" included there (while netback
> exists under drivers/xen)? Seems like it includes only a
> PV Dom0-Linux kernel.
> What about the Linux git tree which is downloaded from
> xen-unstable.hg? I think it grabs the linux-2.6-pvops branch
> from the above repository. Is it same as the xen/master branch?
> Previously, I used to get xen-unstable.hg mercurial tree and then
> get the linux-2.6-xen.hg mercurial tree from xen-unstable.hg.
>  From there it was easy to build Dom0 and DomU PV Linux
> kernels.
> I believe things have changed since then. What is the
> recommended approach to get the source code trees and
> build the hypervisor/Dom0/DomU kernels for development
> now?

If you prefer to do it the "old" way (linux-
instead of the latest upstream pvops kernel), you
can build with:

KERNELS=linux-2.6-xen make ...

and the latest linux-2.6-xen.hg mercurial tree will
be fetched automatically.

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