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[Xen-devel] Newbie question: privileged vs. unprivileged domains

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Subject: [Xen-devel] Newbie question: privileged vs. unprivileged domains
From: Tomas Karpati <karpati@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 20:34:32 +0000 (UTC)
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Hi Mark,

>> Another problem is that I have a USB keyboard (no ps2 or serial connectors
>> on motherboard) and when rebooting dom1 or dom2 the server freezes. I tryed
>> to connect with ssh from my laptop with no response.

> Please clarify: are you saying that dom0 has a USB keyboard?  and that when 
> you reboot dom1 or dom2 the server freezes?  what makes you think this hasgot 
> to do with the keyboard?  Does Dom0 not even respond to pings on the ethernet 
> interfaces *it* controls?

No, dom0 has not an USB keybord, the whole system I'm working on has it (it has
no  ports for PS2/serial/Paralel/other...

dom1 and dom2 run the same kernel and they load the usb driver's modules. When
booting any of them the system freezes, and I can't not connect with ssh (no
response to ping also). Both systems are based on debian sarge.

I just tryed booting with another kernel  I compiled for other distribution
(priviledged, based on RedHat8), and the problem is not present. I thing it may
be related to the USB stuff, as those modules are not loaded on that distro.

I will continue checking...



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