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[Xen-users] Solaris 10 (9/10) on Xen 3.4

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  • From: Shriganesh Shintre <shriganeshs@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2011 15:57:47 -0800
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I am trying to run solaris 10 (9/10) on Xen 3.4 (centos5.5 as dom0) in HVM mode.
I can see the realtek 8139 network adapters when I do pciscan but 'ifconfig -a' just lists loopback device. I can load rtls drivers but still these realtek interfaces are not available.
I found a link which does say The rtls driver from Realtek still uses version 0 interfaces that are now unsupported in Solaris release.
did anyone face/fix the same problem and how?
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