>>> Tom Rotenberg <tom.rotenberg@xxxxxxxxx> 13.11.09 11:19 >>>
>and can i compile the i8042 module, as a loadable kernel module
>(instead of staticly in the kernel), and then simply 'rmmod' the i8042
>module, and it will work?
No, you're not being presented with the config option prompt to select
it to be a module (otherwise you would also be able to turn it off).
On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 11:22 AM, Jan Beulich <JBeulich@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> Tom Rotenberg <tom.rotenberg@xxxxxxxxx> 12.11.09 18:51 >>>
>>I'm trying to use the function: 'xc_domain_bind_pt_isa_irq()', in
>>order to bind the real machine irq of the keyboard & mouse (interrupts
>>12 & 1), to a specific domain, so he will be ale to use the PS2
>>keyboard & mouse in pass-through.
>>Howeverm when i perform the call to the 'xc_domain_bind_pt_isa_irq()',
>>i keep getting an error code, and the function fails to bind the
>>interrupt. I also, performed a search, and found that no-one is using
>>this function, so i'm afarid that this function doesn't work at all.
>>I also want to know, how can i debug this problem? Could it be related
>>to the fact that the interrupt i'm trying to bind, is already
>>"connected" do dom0 (as he uses the keyboard & mouse)?
>>Can someone please help me with this?
> You obviously first need to make sure Dom0 doesn't use the IRQ - for
> one ISA IRQs are not shareable, but more importantly you really don't
> intend to have two domains drive the same hardware, do you? And
> you may have some difficulty doing so since (without patching the code)
> you can't even configure the Dom0 kernel to not have an 8042 driver
> on x86 (unless you select EMBEDDED), i.e. it will always attach to the
> device if there is one.
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