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About zephyroth

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  1. iATKOS ML2 Xen issues

    What kind of commercial spin-off do you see in my post ? As I understand if I told you that I experimented this issue on my physical hardware there were no problem, but there is one if it's on virtualized hardware (thus ... on my physical hardware) ? I found the solution: - Grab the cpuids - Convert them in binary - Just past the result in the configuration file of the VM like this: cpuid = [ '4,0:eax=00011100000000000100000100100001,ebx=00000001110000000000000000111111,ecx=00000000000000000000000000111111,edx=00000000000000000000000000000000', '4,1:eax=00011100000000000100000100100010,ebx=00000000110000000000000000111111,ecx=00000000000000000000000001111111,edx=00000000000000000000000000000000', '4,2:eax=00011100000000000100000101000011,ebx=00000001110000000000000000111111,ecx=00000000000000000000000111111111,edx=00000000000000000000000000000000', '4,3:eax=00011100000000111100000101100011,ebx=00000011110000000000000000111111,ecx=00000000000000000001111111111111,edx=00000000000000000000000000000010', ]
  2. iATKOS ML2 Xen issues

    I answer myself, it has to do with VT-d which I must disable to launch it on my physical machine. Thus I don't see how to make it work using Xen. Any hint is appreciated because I know it works using VirtualBox with VT-d enabled but I want to use it with XEN.
  3. Hello, I'm trying to install iATKOS ML2 using Xen 4.6 and regardless the various boot args it leads to a kernel panic saying "can't perform kext scan: no kext summary" (see attached screenshot) I know it has something to do with the kexts cache but booting using UseKernelCache=No, -f or -x doesn't change anything. I tried to boot directly on the dvd on my computer and it panic like on Xen. My hardware is: Intel Core i7 860 Asus P7P55-D i tried to mount the iso read-write and to remove the cache files it doesn't change anything. Anyone has an idea ? Regards. EDIT: I tried other distro which panic here too