On Apr 6, 2011, at 12:47 PM, Martinx - ジェームズ wrote:
administrativo@xen01:~/xen-4.0.1$ make prep-kernels
for i in linux-2.6-pvops ; do make $i-prep || exit 1; done
administrativo@xen01:~/xen-4.1.0$ make prep-kernels
for i in ; do make $i-prep || exit 1; done
NOT OKAY... Right?!
Did you notice the "for" loop is not iterating through anything in the second case? First you have:
"for i in linux-2.6-pvops; do..." -- so it cycles through the "for" loop only once, assigning "linux-2.6-pvops" to the variable "i".
In the second case, however:
"for i in ; do..." -- there's no elements on the list, so the loop is never executed.
I have not used Xen 4 yet, but you're probably not passing a parameter somewhere with the name of the Linux kernel you want to use.
Abraços e boa sorte ;)