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Re: [Xen-users] Command "make prep-kernels" not cloning Linux - xen-4.1.0 sources.

  • To: Eduardo Bragatto <eduardo@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • From: Martinx - ジェームズ <thiagocmartinsc@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2011 13:42:23 -0300
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Yep! I noted that but... I did what I supposed to do... unpack the source, cd into it and make prep-kernels. One work and the other no.

BTW, I'm reading the differences between xen-4.0.1/README and xen-4.1.0/README files and, the new version now say: "you need to acquire a suitable kernel for use in domain 0".

So, I'll do the git clone and test...

You want a Linux with Xen dom0 support? Go to kernel.org! Â:-D

The Xen source code is only for the Xen itself! Great! Finally!! The Xen development is awesome!!!

I'll try right now the Linux 2.6.39-rc2 as dom0 on top of xen-4.1.0! It will work?! I'm sure it will! hehehe...

Thanks! (Valeu amigo!!)

2011/4/6 Eduardo Bragatto <eduardo@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Apr 6, 2011, at 12:47 PM, Martinx - ããããã wrote:

administrativo@xen01:~/xen-4.0.1$ make prep-kernels
for i in Âlinux-2.6-pvops Â; do make $i-prep || exit 1; done

administrativo@xen01:~/xen-4.1.0$ make prep-kernels
for i in Â; do make $i-prep || exit 1; done

NOT OKAY... Right?!

Did you notice the "for" loop is not iterating through anything in the second case? First you have:

Â"for i in linux-2.6-pvops; do..." -- so it cycles through the "for" loop only once, assigning "linux-2.6-pvops" to the variable "i".

In the second case, however:

"for i in Â; do..." -- there's no elements on the list, so the loop is never executed.

I have not used Xen 4 yet, but you're probably not passing a parameter somewhere with the name of the Linux kernel you want to use.

AbraÃos e boa sorte ;)

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