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Re: Re: Fwd: On a Samsung ARM Chromebook, could nv-uboot easily boot to
Re: Re: Fwd: On a Samsung ARM Chromebook, could nv-uboot easily boot to stock linux kernels, by way of ARM-GRUB?
Fri, 10 Jan 2014 08:20:59 +0000
On Fri, 2014-01-10 at 10:57 +0400, Held Bier wrote:
> > But you get working virtualisation with proper U-Boot.
> Yes, it's a must for KVM, but Xen for Chromebook still has a secure
> mode escape hack in it's tree, and hence, can be booted from stock
This escape hack was removed from Xen mainline months ago -- are you
using some old version?
I would strongly recommend that if you want to try to get Xen onto a
Chromebook that you use the latest Xen mainline along with a suitably
virtualisation enabled U-boot. There have been numerous improvements to
the platform support and hardware compatibility side of things since
that hack existed.
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