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Re: trouble with debian guest
On 26/09/2009 9:19 AM, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
On Wed, Apr 01, 2009 at 01:22:04PM -0400, Greg Troxel wrote:
I have a NetBSD 5.0_RCish amd64 dom0, and there is a NetBSD i386PAE
guest and an NetBSD amd64 running just fine. I am using bridge0 to
connect xvifN.0 to the real interface, uneventfully. This is 3.3:
Apr 1 15:57:43 kernel: [ 0.359036] Initialising Xen virtual ethernet driver.
Apr 1 15:57:43 kernel: [ 0.360004] net eth0: backend does not support
Apr 1 15:57:43 kernel: ive path
FYI, I just added support for request-rx-copy, and could boot and install
this Debian distrution.
Brilliant. I was wanting to start using debian as they seem to be one of
the few distros to support an installer and a later linux domu kernel.
I'd hit this exact problem when attempting to install.
I'd previously been running Archlinux but udev updated to a version
unsupported by the kernel version (2.6.18 for anyone watching) which
in-turn failed to created the relevant devices on boot. This is where
NetBSD rocks. Kernel version has always been an issue with a linux domu,
never-so for NetBSD.
I'll update immediately :)
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