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Re: [Xen-devel] Latest Arndale Xen, dom0 kernel stuck on ASIX mac.

On 6 June 2013 10:51, Sander Bogaert <sander.bogaert@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> vgic dump printed ID not SPI. I have just noticed that my current branch 
>> (based
>> on linux upstream 3.9-rc4) doesn't support exynos ATA.
>> It seems the driver is not yet upstreamed in the kernel.
>> I have updated my tree with a branch based on linaro's tree (which is
>> a linux 3.10-rc2)
>> and there is a driver for the exynos ATA. The command to clone and compile 
>> the
>> kernel:
>> git clone -b linaro-3.10
>> git://xenbits.xen.org/people/julieng/linux-arm.git linux
>> cd linux
>> make arndale_xen_dom0_defconfig
>> make zImage
>> make dtbs
>> The device tree is: arch/arm/boot/dts/exynos5250-arndale.dtb
>> If it works for you I will update the wiki page and stick to the linaro tree 
>> for
>> the next update.
>> Cheers,
>> --
>> Julien Grall
> No luck... I attached the crashing dom0 log.
> Please note I used the  arndale_xen_dom0_defconfig make target
> guessing that's the one you intended to write :-)
> This is a different crash however so it did change things...
> It seems like the sda drive isn't detected at all? Maybe the driver is
> broke? In the dts I just change root=mmc... into root=/dev/sda1 which
> works for my older kernel/xen versions.
> Thanks,
> Sander

Sorry for spamming, forgot to attach....

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