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Old 12th November 2008, 10:41 AM
tryxen Offline
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how to let the xen dom0 and fedora 9 work?

I installed the fedora 9 in my computer. It works well. I want to use xen hypervisor, so compiled xen from source and produced xen-3.3.0.gz, vmlinuz-, and initrd-2.6.18.-xen.img in /boot directory and others in their place correctly. When I restart the computer with xen again, it is work and the fedora 9 start consequently. But fedora 9 can not start correctly .In the starting , when it reach "start libvirt" ,it produce kernel error and reboot system again.
how to fix it? have any help to me ? thanks.
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Old 12th November 2008, 02:07 PM
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You can't use Fedora 9 and 10 for a Xen Dom0.
You can with Fedora 8, and perhaps with Fedora 10 in a later time ...

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