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Re: [Xen-devel] PCI passthrough issue

> I don't remember such problem. Could this module be
> BTW, I'm checking that rebuilding OpenWRT.


To eliminate this being the kernel, I took the

(which has a bunch of patches on top of stock 2.6.37)

compiled it outside the OpenWRT and tried to passthrough the same
adapter. It worked. But let me try to follow your directions
below tomorrow and see what progress I can make.

> When you execute make menuconfig, choose Target=x86 and SubTarget="Xen
> paravirt Guest". Then go to Kernel Modules -> Virtualisation Support
> Xen PCI frontend is disabled by default. Did you activated it ?
> OpenWRT global config cat be found in .config:
> # grep xen -i .config
> CONFIG_TARGET_x86_xen_domu=y
> CONFIG_TARGET_x86_xen_domu_Default=y
> CONFIG_DEFAULT_kmod-xen-evtchn=y
> CONFIG_DEFAULT_kmod-xen-fs=y
> CONFIG_DEFAULT_kmod-xen-kbddev=y
> CONFIG_DEFAULT_kmod-xen-netdev=y
> CONFIG_X86_GRUB_BOOTOPTS="xencons=hvc"
> CONFIG_PACKAGE_kmod-xen-evtchn=y
> # CONFIG_PACKAGE_kmod-xen-fbdev is not set
> CONFIG_PACKAGE_kmod-xen-fs=y
> CONFIG_PACKAGE_kmod-xen-kbddev=y
> CONFIG_PACKAGE_kmod-xen-netdev=y
> CONFIG_PACKAGE_kmod-xen-pcidev=y
> Other way may be to fill target/linux/x86/xen_domu/config-default with
> Xen CONFIG_* values. This will be used as kernel config
> Regards,
> JB

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