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[Xen-devel] Booting XenoLinux with LOADLIN

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  • From: Kero-Chan <kerochan2@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2005 17:43:01 +0100
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Is booting a Linux kernel compiled for the Xen ARCH possible with
The docs say I need GRUB; and I'm only asking because, for a
mysterious reason, LILO, GRUB, and the NetBSD bootloader just don't
see my hard disk and cannot boot it. However, the FreeBSD, DOS,
Windows NT, QNX and Plan9 bootloaders work fine, even if the partition
I boot from is over the 1024th cylinder, etc. So I guess my best bet I
to try to load a XenoLinux from DOS with LOADLIN...

And why the GRUB requirement?
Anyway, thanks :)

/Varga Péter/

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