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Thanks, Fabrice André Pirard (a.pirard) wrote on 2010-11-25: #3 Salut Fabrice, Hi igi, In my case, Ubuntu 10.04 up to date and Muse 1.1 same problem: Muse won't start unless Jack byteflow powered by django buriy.livejournal.com Blog feed Comments feed (c) 2007-2014 Brenda J. SELINUX=permissive # SELINUXTYPE= can take one of these two values: # targeted - Targeted processes are protected, # mls - Multi Level Security protection. By the way, not all VMware products support HPET. http://smartnewsolutions.com/failed-to/failed-to-open-dev-rtc.html

iteration: 14 secs: 1 nsecs: 124682642740016 hpet_alarm called. Up-counters run at a minimum of 10 MHz. The device driver does a little arithmetic to give you a value in Hz, rather than the raw numbers from theregister. However, if you configure a interface without making any other changes to the host system, the guest virtual machine will not start successfully. http://blog.fpmurphy.com/2009/07/linux-hpet-support.html

Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Bug attachments Dependencies.txt (edit) Dependencies.txt (edit) Add attachment • Take the tour • Read the guide © 2004-2016 CanonicalLtd. • Terms We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. iteration: 4 secs: 0 nsecs: 124683330077493 hpet_alarm called. Cannot set scheduling priority -5 for RT thread (Funzione non permessa) creating thread failed: Argomento non valido JACK ERROR: JackPosixSemaphore::TimedWait err = Chiamata di sistema interrotta JACK ERROR: JackPosixSemaphore::TimedWait err

Because no _UID is specified it means that there are no other HPET timer blocks. iteration: 31 secs: 1 nsecs: 124683174083954 hpet_alarm called. iteration: 64 secs: 2 nsecs: 124683205607103 $ Well, I think that I have provided you with enough information so that you should now be able to go away and experiment with iteration: 10 secs: 0 nsecs: 124683517617931 hpet_alarm called.

A minimum of three timers is required. You signed in with another tab or window. For example, openvswitch was not supported in libvirt until libvirt-0.9.11, so in older versions of libvirt, was the only way to connect a guest to an openvswitch bridge. Using optimized float buffer copying (asm movsl).

In each of the two machines I examined, there was one HPET block and it had three "timers" in it. iteration: 34 secs: 1 nsecs: 124683267851530 hpet_alarm called. no message buffer overruns cannot connect to jack server cannot create jack client no locale / Trying RTC timer... However, it is sometimes necessary to use this type of interface to take advantage of some other facility that is not yet supported directly in libvirt.

However, it is sometimes necessary to use this type of interface to take advantage of some other facility that is not yet supported directly in libvirt. The reason for this failure is that for this type of interface, a script called by QEMU needs to manipulate the tap device. iteration: 15 secs: 1 nsecs: 124682673992697 hpet_alarm called. Important Since each of these steps significantly decreases the host's security protections against QEMU guest domains, this configuration should only be used if there is no alternative to using .

iteration: 11 secs: 0 nsecs: 124683548872198 hpet_alarm called. navigate here Here is the relevant section from the disassembled ACPI DSDT table. The kernel API has three interfaces exported from the driver: hpet_register( struct hpet_task *tp, int periodic ) hpet_unregister( struct hpet_task *tp ) hpet_control( struct hpet_task *tp, unsigned int cmd, unsigned long The API for using the HPET is rather narrow, you can't examine all the registers or anything.

iteration: 56 secs: 2 nsecs: 124682955562132 hpet_alarm called. Exiting... iteration: 27 secs: 1 nsecs: 124683049061117 hpet_alarm called. http://smartnewsolutions.com/failed-to/failed-to-open-the-inherited.html iteration: 16 secs: 1 nsecs: 124682705247479 hpet_alarm called.

The reason for this failure is that for this type of interface, a script called by QEMU needs to manipulate the tap device. We shallsee. iteration: 49 secs: 2 nsecs: 124682736776049 hpet_alarm called.

pinterrupt->ihandle : max; FD_SET(pinterrupt->ihandle, &fdset_except); /* Required for GPIOLib handles before select() - very nasty !*/ read(pinterrupt->ihandle, &dummy, 1); pinterrupt = pinterrupt->pnext; } /* Add HPET to fdset */ FD_SET(idesc.hpet_handle, &fdset);

The latest version is dated October 2004. As it turns out, it would do that even if the timer was capable of doing periodic interrupts in hardware. iteration: 57 secs: 2 nsecs: 124682986823545 hpet_alarm called. which is much faster than the older RTC (Real Time Clock) and can thus produce periodic interrupts at a much higher resolution.

iteration: 17 secs: 1 nsecs: 124682736504664 hpet_alarm called. iteration: 5 secs: 0 nsecs: 124683361341893 hpet_alarm called. Changed in muse (Ubuntu): status: New → Confirmed cunnilinux (cunnilinux) wrote on 2011-03-11: #7 got the same situation on my system (11.04 development). http://smartnewsolutions.com/failed-to/disclib-lib-failed-to-open.html When a machine has one, it might take over the task of the Real Time Clock and the OS timer.

Well I'm not done looking at this, I'll update the post when I learnmore. However, with type='ethernet' configured, in an attempt to lock down QEMU, libvirt and SELinux have put in place several checks to prevent this. (Normally, libvirt performs all of the tap device Home Musingsof an OS plumber Categories ACPI (4) Anaconda (5) ARP (3) ASN.1 (3) Authentication (9) Automatic voice translation (1) AWS (1) bash (15) Big Data (1) blogspot (1) BSD (1) That time.YMMV.

Procedure B.4. Reconfiguring the host system to use the generic ethernet interface Set SELinux to permissive by configuring SELINUX=permissive in /etc/selinux/config: # This file controls the state of SELinux on the system. # I guess it is only ever used to build the latestversion. iteration: 0 secs: 0 nsecs: 124683205055050 hpet_alarm called. Some of the timers may be enabled to generate a periodic interrupt.

This is the case here. virtualbox.org End user forums for VirtualBox Advanced search Board index Change font size FAQ Login Information The requested topic does not exist. See full activity log To post a comment you must log in. Index(es): Date Thread [prev in list] [next in list] [prev in thread] [next in thread] List: mplayer-users Subject: Re: [MPlayer-users] How to use hpet?

Each of the comparators can output an interrupt. I was supposed to build with all the patches. iteration: 62 secs: 2 nsecs: 124683143095147 hpet_alarm called. I only have oneblock.

iteration: 8 secs: 0 nsecs: 124683455101917 hpet_alarm called. iteration: 7 secs: 0 nsecs: 124683423849157 hpet_alarm called. Segmentation fault --- Architecture: i386 DistroRelease: Ubuntu 11.04 InstallationMedia: Ubuntu 10.10 "Maverick Meerkat" - Release i386 (20101007) Package: muse 1.1-0ubuntu3 PackageArchitecture: i386 ProcEnviron:  LANGUAGE=it_IT:en  PATH=(custom, no user)  LANG=it_IT.UTF-8  SHELL=/bin/bash ProcVersionSignature: Ubuntu Specific implementations may include only a subset of these timers.

iteration: 21 secs: 1 nsecs: 124682861530334 hpet_alarm called. Update Turning the interrupt off in the interrupt handler worked.