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Re: [Xen-users] Xen 4.1.4 fails to boot Linux in wheezy

Alexandre Kouznetsov wrote:
> When you say "no output from the Xen boot process", do you mean no 
> output at all?


> GRUB_TERMINAL="console serial"
> GRUB_SERIAL_COMMAND="serial --unit=0 --speed=115200 --word=8"

That just hangs at "Welcome to GRUB!".  Note the comment before 
GRUB_TERMINAL in /etc/default/grub, that it only applies to grub-pc.

> Some BIOSes have a literal option "fail-safe settings". Some does not, 
> but using common sense it's possible to disable most of "fancy" and 
> "exotic" options.

I see no such option.  I disable devices and boot devices that I don't 
use, and all of HP's silly security tools.  I enable VTx and VTd; 
disabled, or VTx only, the behavior is the same.

> I had no issues related to dm-crypt.

OK, good to know.

Knowing that, I'm starting to look at this as a bug between Xen and 
UEFI.  This issue looks similar to 

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