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[Xen-users] filesystem image of Fedora Core for Xen?

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I wonder if anybody out here is providing a filesystem image (rootfs)
of Fedora Core for Xen, so others can download and use it as domU?

In the user manual, there is a short guide for the newbie to use Xen
with ttylinux, and I think it would be very nice if somebody could
provides with other generic rootfs, like Fedora Core, Debian,
Slackware,..., so everybody wants to try Xen can easily take the first

Thank you a lot,

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