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Re: Basic questions -> Basic answers.

On Tue, 27 Apr 2004 02:09:15 +0200
"Christian Limpach" <chris%pin.lu@localhost> wrote:

> Forgot to mention one thing:  you'll have to pad the NetBSD/Xen kernel
> image such that its size is a multiple of 4 (doing ``echo -n a >netbsd''
> until it is works...).  There's a bug in Xen which causes it to fail
> because Xen copies the image 4 bytes at a time and will stop short if the
> size is not a multiple of 4 (and it's fatal because it copies from the
> end to the beginning...).

Could be that the cause of the problem I saw yesterday? [*]

[*] I tried booting a NetBSD/Xen yesterday via grub with a cdrom,
(iso9660 image), but after that I had loaded the kernel (kernel --type=netbsd
/foo), trying to boot it with "boot", the machine was rebooted at the
moment, heh.

        Juan RP <juan%xtraeme.unixbsd.org@localhost>

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