ia64/xen-unstable

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Switch from using magic messages to map domain memory to using
a magic ioctl.

There's something very weird in this code: if userspace forgets to
unmap the memory, the next time it's called, it crashes. It looks
like the old code had the same bug, so I'm going to pretend it isn't
there for a little while.
author sos22@labyrinth.cl.cam.ac.uk
date Tue Jul 08 10:38:14 2003 +0000 (2003-07-08)
parents 93c7dcf4a80e
children cae97f492816
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1 #
2 # Grand Unified Makefile for Xen.
3 #
4 # Keir Fraser, 6/5/2003
5 #
6 # Builds everything except Xenolinux:
7 # cd xenolinux-<version>-sparse
8 # ./mkbuildtree <build dir>
9 # cd <build dir> && make oldconfig && make dep && make bzImage
10 # (<build dir> should be a vanilla linux tree with matching version)
11 #
12 # If you get errors in tools/domctl or tools/vdmanager, then you need
13 # the latest Java 2 SDK on your execution path: <http://java.sun.com>
14 # Also, you will need Apache's 'ant' build tool: <http://ant.apache.org>
15 #
16 # If you received this sourec as part of a Xen release, you should find
17 # that appropriate versions of the build tools are already installed in
18 # the initial system setup.
20 all:
21 $(MAKE) -C xen
22 $(MAKE) -C tools/balloon
23 $(MAKE) -C tools/control
24 $(MAKE) -C tools/internal
25 $(MAKE) -C tools/vdmanager
27 install: all
28 $(MAKE) -C xen install
29 $(MAKE) -C tools/balloon install
30 $(MAKE) -C tools/control install
31 $(MAKE) -C tools/internal install
32 $(MAKE) -C tools/vdmanager install
35 clean:
36 $(MAKE) -C xen clean
37 $(MAKE) -C tools/balloon clean
38 $(MAKE) -C tools/control clean
39 $(MAKE) -C tools/internal clean
40 $(MAKE) -C tools/vdmanager clean