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Re: about virtio driver porting from FreeBSD

From: Stéphanie Ouillon <stephanie@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2011 15:15:25 +0200

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 doubts.

Okay, I thought it was something like that when I saw the code to write the timeline :)
Thank you for your answer


- Pratyush.

2011/3/30 Stéphanie Ouillon <stephanie@minet.net>
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 <stephanie@minet.net>

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 :

On Tue, March 22, 2011 2:53 pm, StĂŠphanie Ouillon wrote:

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 ?
You can wait until March 28th when student application time opens with
Google, and fill it out at the Google site.  It'll be the same set of
questions there.

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