> >> through the /etc/yaboot.conf like this.
> >>
> >>       # header section
> >>       partition = 2
> >>       timeout = 600
> >>       default = xen
> >>       # image section
> >>       image = /boot/vmlinux
> >>           label = linux
> >>           root = /dev/hda3
> >>           append = " quiet sysrq=1 insmod=sym53c8xx insmod=ipr"
> >>           initrd = /boot/initrd
> >>       # kawatiya 2006/08/24
> >>       image = /boot/xen-3.0-unstable
> >>           label = xen
> >>           append = "xen -- root=/dev/hda3 sysrq=1 insmod=sym53c8xx
> >> insmod=ipr"

> >
> > This yaboot header looks ok.
> > Is the insmod object comming from the disk or a ramdisk you are
> > imbedding into your Dom0 Image?

Actually, the insmod options were just copied from the original boot stub
labeled "linux", which was created by SLES10 installer.
Perhaps they may be unnecessary for dom0 Linux, but old XenPPC's worked
well even with this setting.

Kawachiya



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