Thanks for the great support Thomas, editing the kernel commandline worked indeed. :) My Linux fu is not that strong, my major was business economics.
5.4 (Focal Fossa) was installed after cloning the master pve-kernel.git and compiling a patch to remove RMRR check (see pve-kernel appendix...
I've used Proxmox for years on an old HP DL380 G6 which needs a patch to disable IOMMU RMRR checking and allow unsafe interrupts in order to passthrough GPU's to VM's. This combination has worked all that time with some rewrites of my patch whenever another kernel is used in Proxmox...
There's an error being thrown somewhere farther up. Can you pastebin the entire session so I can take a look? Usually it's an unmet dependency because the new kernel (focal) has other requirements than the previous version.
Also, I'm having errors about having to enable unsafe interrupts. Even...
If an HP goes to 100% fan speed, it usually indicates a hardware or firmware issue. A quick search returns this thread with more information:
Yeah, it's a new feature indeed in Eoan:
Thanks for the assistance, compile seems to run smoothly now!
Well, that went a bit faster than I feared luckily. Same result however, see the log for details: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fZAQ4fWCxtTracaRGcc3l5KHebRsoL7b/view?usp=sharing
Only error I noticed other than the one I posted already:
/bin/sh: 1: lz4c: not found
I'm trying to update my tutorial for removing the RMRR check to Eoan because Intel changed their intel-iommu driver, which means I need to make a new patch.
This tutorial is only for the G6 and G7 variant (possibly the G5 too), the G8 and later has other options to deal with RMRR like the one you listed. :)
Where did I list xenial? I did not see any mention of it.