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[Xen-devel] [Wiki access] Booting XEN on Samsung ARM Chromebook with display support

On 14/02/2014 21:12, Francesco Gringoli wrote:
> Hello guys,
> "building" on the great work done by Anthony I was finally able to boot xen 
> and dom0 on the Chromebook with display support.
> Basically everything was already done by Anthony, the only problem was the 
> .config file of the dom0 missing some options and a couple of files in 
> arch/arm/mach-exynos which were crashing the boot process (by reading the 
> dtb). Actually I was not able to address the problem in a clever way, but I 
> fixed it so boot does not crash (almost) anymore.
> What I get is dom0 booting and working, boot logs appear on the display like 
> when running archlinux natively. The keyboard does not work as pointed out by 
> Anthony but external does, so it is possible to log in and check /proc/xen is 
> populated. There are two main issues
> 1) sometimes (very few) boot crashes, but late, e.g., after 2 secs
> 2) after minutes something weird happens, and it is not anymore possible to 
> cat files' content, although ls + cd etc keep working.
> I would like to add some files and info to the old wiki page 
> (http://wiki.xenproject.org/wiki/Xen_ARM_with_Virtualization_Extensions/Chromebook)
>  but it seems I can not edit it.

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