Le 30/03/11 15:01, Pratyush Kshirsagar a écrit :
Tim created a block driver that is separate from this
implementation. We needed the virtio.c for N/W driver support and
later we would have tried to clean all the things. I think if you
load the block driver module only then it should work. We were
mostly trying to get ev
every thing up and then do the cleaning work.
I hope Tim would better explain this if you still have some
Okay, I thought it was something like that when I saw the code to
write the timeline :)
Thank you for your answer
2011/3/30 Stéphanie Ouillon <email@example.com>
Le 29/03/11 23:06,
Pratyush Kshirsagar a écrit :
I think its good but still wait
for some replies, I just had a fast go.
Also, according my knowledge Tim completed the block
driver and had some testing results also.
When looking at the code, I had the impression that some
functions where wrote twice (once in blk.c and once in
virtio.c). Was it on purpose ?
- Pratyush Kshirsagar.
2011/3/29 Stéphanie Ouillon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I put online my proposal: http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/proposal/review/google/gsoc2011/stephanie_ouillon/1#
I would be glad to read your comments about it :)
Le 23/03/11 02:34, Justin C. Sherrill a écrit :
Tue, March 22, 2011 2:53 pm, StĂŠphanie
You can wait until March 28th when student
application time opens with
thank you for your answer, I'm writing my
application with the
information provided in some other mail sent
by Justin Sherill.
Then will I have to send it on this mailing
list in advance ?
Google, and fill it out at the Google site.
It'll be the same set of