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Re: [Xen-devel] Installing on own filesystem

> No my question: For xenoctl for example, you need java installed on your 
> machine.
> What other programs, libraries etc and what versions of them do i need 
> to get all the
> utilities like xenoctl up and running?

To build xenctl you need ANT. Apart from that I don't think you need
anything more than Java.
> I tried making images from the XenDemoCD like it reads in the manual on 
> a seperate
> partition and booting that one, but that kept me further from a running 
> XenoLinux
> than installing all the utilities on my own slackware.

Yes, if you want a different distro then copying the Xen tools on top
of that distro makes sense.

 -- Keir

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