Adrian Chadd wrote:
I'd like to twiddle the Xen console stuff a little bit to make it
easier to bootstrap a PVM.
There's a couple of options I can think of:
* Patch /etc/ttys to have a default "xc0" Xen console, but disabled
(which makes it trivial for users / scripts to disable the syscons
console and enable the xc console);
* Modify the xenconsole driver to attach to ttyv0 (via a kernel
environment variable) so /etc/ttys doesn't need modifying (but this
may confuse tools that assumes /dev/ttyvX == syscons.)
Opinions? I'd like to sneak in one of these before the release process
begins for 8.0.
Treat xen as a new platform and have a src/etc/etc.xen directory that
holds the xen-specific ttys files, along with similar things that it'll
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