We are working on Intel Gordon Peak board, on trying to boot the guest OS from QNX hypervisor we get
"No ACPI tables found for remapping 0:2.0"
The ABL version that I'm running on the board is that of 1750, is there any flag to be enabled for the ACPI support
TA# is H71958-500
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The consultation is related to running "QNX hypervisor 2.0" and QNX6 Guest Operating system. The dependency in running graphics on QNX guest OS is, remapping ACPI tables onto DMA from the h/w target. This is not happening on this particular Intel FAE. On contacting QNX, they seem to point to the ABL version. I tried moving the ABL version to the latest 1750, and still get the same error being unable to map the ACPI tables. Let me know if anything else is needed.
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Reviewing the list of the supported Operating Systems stated on page 4 of the https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/product-briefs/atom-processor-e3900-ser... Apollo Lake Product Brief, the Operating System (OS) related to this situation is unlisted as supported.
Due to this fact, any test or validation related to this OS should be made on your own.
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