Hi Everyone,
I am currently exploring on bringing up XenGT for an Intel embedded board.

I came across this document relating to bringing up XenGT for the Sandy 
Bridge/Ivy Bridge/Haswell platform

Our current Intel embedded board is up with an Yocto image integrated with the 
Intel BSP for the board. The board uses ABL boot loader.

I saw in the XenGT document for the Sandy Bridge/Ivy Bridge/Haswell platform, 
that there is mention of Qemu alone and no mention of any Intel BSPs. Don't we 
require Intel BSP for dom0 kernel to work in the XenGT hypervisor? Or is a 
generic version of Intel BSP integrated with the kernel image link 

Also, as we have an Yocto image in the Intel board, we might have to cross 
compile the Kernel, Xen and Qemu builds as mentioned in the link above for our 
Intel embedded board using a Linaro toolchain. If not, is there a way, we can 
link this particular version of XenGT directly with our Yocto image for the 
Intel board by including the meta-virtualization layer as mentioned in the link 
http://git.yoctoproject.org/cgit/cgit.cgi/meta-virtualization/about/ and doing 
'bitbake xen image minimal'?

Please advise which is the correct route to take in this regard.


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