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Re: [Xen-devel] xen-unstable / vmx / environment

Hi Stephan

Intel's VT specs are available at:
(and have been since early this year)

Hardware is not yet publicly available but many core developers have
been given access to prototypes. The code is available in the -unstable


On Fri, 2005-10-14 at 11:30, Stephan Seitz wrote:
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> d'morning listmembers,
> it's about a few weeks now, i'm fiddling around with xen-unstable,
> patching, migrating
> compiling and even the hard job: learning the concept.
> by now, i'm wondering which testing environment you're (well, some of
> you) using, to
> test the vt part of xen? even more strange, until now, no one could
> point me to a
> reference guide or api-documentation. how are you exchanging the real
> basic knowledge?
> i can't believe, every core-developer here has done xen from scratch.
> hit me, i'm willing to get deeper into the code and contribute some
> things, but without
> doc's i'm only able to scratch the surface.
> maybe someone could tell me, if this is only elite programming for
> clubmembers at ibm, hp
> and intel, or an open source project? following your posts and
> patches, i assume you're using
> some branch of the cvs (or hg) which is not for the public. how should
> one contribute code,
> if he isn't able to view the developer's branch ? sorry for this rude
> word's but my only answer
> is, current developer's want to stay private.
> greetings
> Stephan Seitz
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