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Re: [Xen-devel]building domU vm by specifying kernel?

Hi there,

Yes, it should be fine to specify the kernel in the config file.  The kernel 
is actually loaded by dom0, even if you're using pygrub (dom0 extracts it 
from the guest filesystem first).

What kind of errors are you seeing?

You should be using the options kernel="path/on/dom0" and 
ramdisk="path/on/dom0" in your config file.  What does it look like at the 


On Friday 02 February 2007 22:28, cm ko wrote:
> Hello,
> My system is based on Xen 3.0.3 and Fedora 6.  Has anyone built a domU type
> vm by specifying the kernel in the install configuration file?  So far, I
> could only find the examples of using a Fedora tool or   xenguest-install
> type tools which use bootloader instead.  I have tried to install the vm
> uisng thes tools and then later changed the vm configuration to specify the
> kernel - instead of bootloader.  However, it doesn't boot up and crashes
> all the time. I am trying to debug a new device deriver and hoping to keep
> the kernel images on the dom0 VM.
> Thanks in advance,
> CM
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