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RE: [Xen-users] Network Interface Options

Joseph L. Casale wrote:
> >I believe it is. If I'm wrong please let me know. I have an
> >HVM here I'll throw my sound card to it and let you know
> >what it sees. If it doesn't see it and can use it I'll
> >try with Jim's Windows PV drivers and let you know.
> >
> >-Ross
> I can also try with those PV drivers, but when I installed 
> them in my Win XP box it blue screened :)
> Do they need ACPI off (I only tested it with it enabled 
> before you suggested to disable it).
> I have a realtek LOM that is disabled on my test system that 
> I can pass through.
> I tried to find some definitive docs to say how to set this 
> up but I couldn't find anything clear on it. What do I need 
> to do assuming that I already know how to enumerate the pci location.
> I thought I need to hide it from the xen by entering it in 
> the grub kernel line, but I also so someone suggest to hide 
> it modprobe.conf?
> I was reading this: http://www.wlug.org.nz/XenPciPassthrough
> Is that accurate to follow?

I wanted to add. If you can get James' PV drivers for Windows
to work then they will add a xennet 1Gbe interface to your
HVM which should be a lot better then the realtek 100Mbe


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