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Re: [Xen-devel] [cros-discuss] Boot in Hyp mode on Samsung ARM Chromebook

Hi Anthony,
On 04/13/2013 03:15 PM, Chen Baozi wrote:
> I think I'm approaching the target a little now :-)
> Here is the log I get from the ramoops. It seems that I do have booted
> Xen hypervisor already. However, since Xen has started dom0 kernel, I
> lost outputs again. Is there any way to record my dom0's logging for
> debugging? And what is the difference between console-ramoops and
> dmesg-ramoops? (I don't think that the console-ramoops I got at the same
> time is produced by dom0 started by xen. It looks like the log from
> ubuntu the time before I test Xen)
Just one question about dom0's command line.

The original CONFIG_CMDLINE from linux-chrome git repo is "root=/dev/nfs
rw nfsroot= console=ttySAC2,115200
init=/linuxrc". Since I didn't have the same rootfs environment, I
changed it to "console=ttySAC2,115200 text debug verbose earlyprintk
root=/dev/mmcblk1p3 rootwait rw init=/bin/bash". Also, I've tried the
""console=tty text debug verbose earlyprintk root=/dev/mmcblk1p3
rootwait rw", which is the parameters used as host kernel's. None of
them affects the phenomenon I posted on last mail.

And I'm also curious about how you boot the chromeroot using a nfs
rootfs, since there is only wifi connection on it.

Any ideas?


  - Chen Baozi

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