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[Xen-users] Xen Hardware Compatability List

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  • From: Adam Carheden <adam.carheden@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2005 07:52:19 -0600
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After a weekend of compiling and recompiling Dom0 kernels, I've
finally decided that Xen simply isn't compatablie with SATA and USB on
my Foxconn nVidia nForce4 MB (works fine with non-xen kernels). I'm
going to return it and get something else, but can anyone either:

a) Point me to the Xen Hardware Compatability List (if it exists)

b) Reply with the make/model of you chipset/MB and video card if you
have the following things working under Xen.

2) PATA HD (some driver that supports DMA, not the generic one. test
with `hdpram -t`. You shoud get 60+ MBPS with a newer drive.)
3) USB and/or 1394 mass-storage (My USB device is detected under Xen,
but the SCSI emulation never kicks in to make /dev/sr0 or /dev/sda a
valid block device)
4) Ethernet (Forcedeth works great under Xen. I want to make sure my
new on-board ethernet does too).
5) X (Preferablly with an accelerated driver, but VESA will do.)

Assuming there isn't a HCL that I've missed, I'd be glad to compiled
one and post it if people would be so kind as to reply.

Adam Carheden

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