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Re: [Xen-devel] hda: Lost Interrupt

To: David Denny <david@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Xen-devel] hda: Lost Interrupt
From: Ian Pratt <Ian.Pratt@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 21 Nov 2004 20:31:24 +0000
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> Well, I tried a few things but we all end up the same way. A whole heap of 
> hda: lost interrupt, after which it finally detects hda, then the same stuff 
> with hdb (both ide), then hdc (ide cdrom) which finally just sort of hangs.
> Tried this with stock binary install, then "ignorebiostables", then removing 
> tls, then removing all the acpi, apm, ide=nodma, blah blah, OK then tried a 
> compile from source (after tussling with bitkeeper hohum), finally hacked 
> through a whole heap of make oldconfig stuff. Every time same result.
> umm this is quite a recent athlon with a sis chipset and and the infamous 
> asus 
> mobo, any ideas ppl?

Does stock Linux 2.4.27 work on your machine?

One of the things we're planing on doing over the next few weeks
is moving more of the platform bring-up code out of Xen so that
we can utilise the standard Linux code in dom0. This should
substantially help our hardware compatibility, and avoid the need
for us to keep updating the code in Xen.


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