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Re: problem with bootloader pygrub fsimage
Rebuilt package xenkernel33 and that seem to resolve this problem.
On Mon, 19 Apr 2010, John Hayward wrote:
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2010 12:29:13
From: John Hayward <john.hayward%wheaton.edu@localhost>
To: "port-xen%netbsd.org@localhost" <port-xen%netbsd.org@localhost>
Subject: problem with bootloader pygrub fsimage
I have a NetBSD-5.0 adm DOM0.
I am attempting to create a minimimal Ubuntu-10.4 image DOMU.
I have a Ubuntu-9.10 DOMU which boots via pygrub and I have upgraded this
to 10.4 and used this to create a minimal system image.
When I attempt to boot via pygrub it reports not being able to open the
I looked inside pygrub and see it has fsimage object which it does
file_exists and read calls on.
It succeeds in the file_exists for (/boot/grub/menu.lst) but fails for
/boot/vmlinux... the kernel.
If I mount the image both files are there.
It seems as though the fsimage object is not properly behaved.
I may have upgraded the DOM0 from i386 to adm64.
Anybody seen this kind of issue?
Any documetnation on fsimage used by pygrub (other than the source)?
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