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[MirageOS-devel] has anyone successfully used fat and xen together?

if so, how? :)

specifically-- configuring with `MODE=xen` and `FS_MODE=fat` causes 
installation of `fat-filesystem` and thus `mirage-block-unix`. when i then 
execute a build i end up with:

mort-www     + ocamlfind ocamlopt -g -linkpkg -dontlink unix -output-obj 
-package mirage.types-xen -package mirage-http-xen -package mirage-console-xen 
-package mirage-block-xen.front -package mirage-block-unix -package io-page-xen 
-package io-page-unix -package fat-filesystem -package cowabloga -package 
cow.syntax -package lwt.syntax -syntax camlp4o site_config.cmx posts.cmx 
page.cmx blog.cmx courses.cmx papers.cmx site.cmx server.cmx main.cmx -o 
mort-www     findlib: [WARNING] Interface block.cmi occurs in several 
directories: /home/mort/.opam/mirage-xen/lib/mirage-block-unix, 
mort-www     findlib: [WARNING] Interface io_page.cmi occurs in several 
directories: /home/mort/.opam/mirage-xen/lib/io-page-unix, 
mort-www     File "_none_", line 1:
mort-www     Error: No implementations provided for the following modules:
mort-www              Unix referenced from 
mort-www     Command exited with code 2.
mort-www     make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/mort/mirage/mort-www/src'
[ERROR]      The command "make build" exited with code 2.

i'm using thomas' new combinator branch of mirage.  

this is a bit of a blocker for me -- my website is on the large side to be 
crunched (150MB .ml file anyone?) so i'd hoped that FAT would save me...

i see the same issue with mirage-www too, and the use of crunch for the live 
site (afaics) suggests to me that fat might not be supported.

(and yes, for the time being i will store the relevant bits of content out of 
the site and href them from the site itself, but that seems like a bit of a 
cop-out given we're intending to demo this at fosdem in 2 weeks... :)



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