I'd like to install Xen on a laptop. Wait scratch that, I have installed xen with some issues.
I can't seem to get my touchpad working in any install whenever I load Xen. This is for Dom0 not DomU. Everything else seems to work, even wifi. Well I can't really test anything, but one time I tried with ubuntu and I could load up the terminal, and I tried xl info? I think and it spit out everything that was expected. So I know xen loads.
The mouse is drawn, the little arrow/pointer, but I can't move it. And the screen right before load up, I'd assume some serial spit out says something about some IRQ error and something else about BIOS/PCI something something, though it vanishes so fast that I can't read. I'm guessing its either an Interrupt problem related to an error on the ISR that should initiate, or a driver error on my touchpad side, or both.
Now that this utterly vague description is out of the way let me go into the config:
I tried xen on
Fedora 20, 21 and 22
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and 15.04
with the linux kernel dating as far back as 3.1.xx on Fedora 20.
Couldn't try Xen since it wouldn't load on the grub menu at all.
Fedora 21 and 22:
Mouse shows up, but I can't do anything. Keyboard works. Can type things, can't load terminal since I can't move the mouse
Ubuntu 14.04 with Kernel 4.1.xx:
Ubuntu 14.04 with Kernel 3.x.xx:
Loads Xen, confirmed on terminal, mouse doesn't work
Yeah doesn't work still.
I actually had UEFI secure boot on, that didn't work so back to legacy support mode.
Software Installation instructions:
Lenovo W530, UEFI Boot Legacy/Secure Hybrid selection, 16gb of RAM, 500gb SSD (SATA III/ACHI), Keyboard works, Touchpad does not, i7 36xxQ with Intel Vt-d ON.
Hard Drive partitioned as follows: (/root : 50GB, /Boot: 1GB, /Boot/efi: 1GB, Home: 200gb, Swap: 8gb, Var: Off)
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