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netz-haut - stephan seitz
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d'morning listmembers,

it's about a few weeks now, i'm fiddling around with xen-unstable,
patching, migrating
compiling and even the hard job: learning the concept.
by now, i'm wondering which testing environment you're (well, some of
you) using, to
test the vt part of xen? even more strange, until now, no one could
point me to a
reference guide or api-documentation. how are you exchanging the real
basic knowledge?
i can't believe, every core-developer here has done xen from scratch.
hit me, i'm willing to get deeper into the code and contribute some
things, but without
doc's i'm only able to scratch the surface.
maybe someone could tell me, if this is only elite programming for
clubmembers at ibm, hp
and intel, or an open source project? following your posts and
patches, i assume you're using
some branch of the cvs (or hg) which is not for the public. how should
one contribute code,
if he isn't able to view the developer's branch ? sorry for this rude
word's but my only answer
is, current developer's want to stay private.

greetings

Stephan Seitz



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Re: xen-unstable / vmx / environment

Rolf Neugebauer
Hi Stephan

Intel's VT specs are available at:
http://www.intel.com/technology/computing/vptech/
(and have been since early this year)

Hardware is not yet publicly available but many core developers have
been given access to prototypes. The code is available in the -unstable
branch.

Rolf



On Fri, 2005-10-14 at 11:30, Stephan Seitz wrote:

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> d'morning listmembers,
>
> it's about a few weeks now, i'm fiddling around with xen-unstable,
> patching, migrating
> compiling and even the hard job: learning the concept.
> by now, i'm wondering which testing environment you're (well, some of
> you) using, to
> test the vt part of xen? even more strange, until now, no one could
> point me to a
> reference guide or api-documentation. how are you exchanging the real
> basic knowledge?
> i can't believe, every core-developer here has done xen from scratch.
> hit me, i'm willing to get deeper into the code and contribute some
> things, but without
> doc's i'm only able to scratch the surface.
> maybe someone could tell me, if this is only elite programming for
> clubmembers at ibm, hp
> and intel, or an open source project? following your posts and
> patches, i assume you're using
> some branch of the cvs (or hg) which is not for the public. how should
> one contribute code,
> if he isn't able to view the developer's branch ? sorry for this rude
> word's but my only answer
> is, current developer's want to stay private.
>
> greetings
>
> Stephan Seitz
>
>
>
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