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Re: [Xen-users] [Xen-devel] Actual method to compile Xen with vtpm on Linux and NetBSD

vTPM has not been tested on NetBSD and not officially supported. You would 
mostly be on your own for getting it to work but if you are up to the task feel 
free to submit patches .

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> Subject: [Xen-devel] Actual method to compile Xen with vtpm on Linux and
> NetBSD
> Hello all,
> I have a question about the implementation of vTPM in Xen. I want to setup
> vTPM in the next time on my Xen infrastructure and so I read a little bit 
> about it.
> I actually have compiled Xen with the configure option --enable-vtpm.
> I read that this option is more or less "deprecated" and I was never able to
> compile Xen with vTPM on NetBSD because of the fact that libgmp seems to be
> not available on NetBSD.
> So I have two question about this:
> Is --enable-vtpm still the way to go in Xen 4.2.1 or is there another method 
> to
> compile Xen with vTPM (I read that a reimplementation is work in progress) And
> is it possible to compile Xen with vTPM on NetBSD with the old or new way? I
> found just a little bit about this but no definitiv answer.
> Best Regards
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