sbuk.suh at samsung
Jul 8, 2008, 9:28 AM
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Re: RE: Source code release for Xen on ARM and the associated access control (Secure Xen on ARM)
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>------- Original Message -------
>Sender : ROSSIER Daniel<Daniel.Rossier [at] heig-vd>
>Date : 2008-07-07 23:18 (GMT+09:00)
>Title : RE: [XenARM] Source code release for Xen on ARM and the associated access control (Secure Xen on ARM)
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: xen-arm-bounces [at] lists [mailto:xen-arm-
>> bounces [at] lists] On Behalf Of Sang-bum Suh
>> Sent: lundi, 7. juillet 2008 12:40
>> To: xen-arm [at] lists; xen-devel [at] lists; xense-
>> devel [at] lists
>> Cc: Ian.Pratt [at] eu; Stephen Spector
>> Subject: [XenARM] Source code release for Xen on ARM and the associated
>> access control (Secure Xen on ARM)
>> Dear Xen developers,
>> Please allow me to introduce myself. I am Sang-bum Suh who is
>> responsible for Secure Xen on ARM project in Samsung Electronics.
>> FYI, This is a copy of email sent to xen-community mail subscribers on
>> 4th of July 2008.
>> I am happy to announce the release of source code for Secure Xen on ARM
>> again by Xen mailing list.
>> This announcement was officially made in Xen Summit North America 2008
>> last week in Boston.
>Thanks a lot Sang-bum for this great news!! We now will try to base our work on your port, and to see in the future if it would make sense to merge our repository with yours. We will send our contributions through this mailing list and keep you aware of our progress.
>Please note that there is an existing XEN arm repository too at http://sourceforge.net/projects/embeddedxen which was intended to maintain a port of XEN on the Colibri/PXA270 machine. The work has been suspended for a couple of months, but we will now go ahead with this project and to explore XEN support for hard realtime extensions within Linux (such as Xenomai). For sure, we will start using the SAMSUNG>>'s port as a basis.
Thanks for your interest on Secure Xen on ARM.
>> Secure Xen on ARM consists of Xen on ARM hypervisor, and the associated
>> access control.
>> This release includes mini-OS.
>> I will do my best as the Xen-ARM maintainer and do release para-
>> virtualized Linux by Q4 2008 after cleaning the source code as shown in
>We will also try to going ahead with a full Linux domU and drivers; again, we will keep the mailing list informed about our progress, and we would be happy if we could collaborate in parallel. >Do you think that it would be possible to release partial code from your side on this mailing list?
Presumaly, following the roadmap for the Secure Xen on ARM that has been set up at the Xen Summit is a reasonable policy.
So, I would like you to wait until Q4 for para-virtualized ARM Linux.
You could find the roadmap in the presentation in Xen Summit North America 2008 at wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/XenARM. .
>> Welcome Xen developers who are interested in making contributions to
>> Secure Xen on ARM !
>> Please see at wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/XenARM.