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Re: [Xen-devel] RE: [Xen-users] HVM WinXP dom crash (with 3.0.3 too)

On 19/10/06 8:46 am, "jdsw" <jdsw2002@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> 1. I get the following message when I try to start
> xend domain. (xend still seems to come up)
> blktapctrl: error while loading shared libraries:
> libcrypto.so.0.9.7: cannot open shared object file: No
> such file or directory
> -- These are crypto lib on my box --- seems to be
> ahead!!!

As you say there is a version mismatch between the build box and the install
box. This is always going to be an issue with non-distro-specific binary
tarballs. You could download the source tarball and 'make install' just
inside the tools directory to fix this by recompiling for your system.

> 2. When I boot, I get warning to move /lib/tls to
> /lib/tls.disabled though I HAVE moved it to
> /lib/tls.disabled.

You can ignore this. Some binaries (well, init) have TLS accesses hardcoded
inside them. We need to remove this warning, or make it at least not appear
on modern systems.

> 5. WinXP installation : Windows setup screen comes up,
> it shows a bunch of relavent drivers being loaded. It
> just hangs for 10 min, then blue screen with
> STOP 0000000,....

I'm afraid it's simply the case that HVM is currently more stable on Intel
than AMD hardware. This is an area we're pursuing for 3.0.4. That said there
have been reported successes on the list with Windows XP on AMDV.

 -- Keir

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