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Re: [Xen-devel] How do I get a version of Dom0 later than 2.6.18

I'm not sure where you can explicitly download just patches for a vanilla kernel, but this might help


Dushmanta Mohapatra wrote:

I have a generic question and hope some one would be able to help me:

In Fedora 9 I see options for installing virtualization with the options of KVM and Xen 3.2. So if I go ahead with installing Xen in that what do I get? Do I get the Hypervisor and a version of
XenoLinux(Dom0) same as the kernel used in Fedora9 (2.6.25 I guess).

But I saw a thread mentioning some problems with Fedora 9: http://lists.xensource.com/archives/html/xen-users/2008-06/msg00698.html

So is there any way in which I can get a Dom0 Linux kernel which is later than 2.6.18 (which we get from Xen site).

There were some mentions about using Fedora 8 for that . But the explanations were not clear to me.

So if any one can help by explaining whats the status, I will really appreciate that.


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