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YASQ Re: [Xen-users] XendemoCD 2.0.5

Sorry to ask Yet Another Stupid Question, but I'm going to be using Xen in a 
"production" capacity soon, porting a piece of FreeBSD (and NetBSD) 
Linux-way.  Xen seems to be ideal for such a deed.

Is it possible to install from the XendemoCD?  (I want to install all three 
OSes, wiping out most of my current Mandrake 10.0 install on that particular 
system - what I need isn't what rpm gives me, and I want to only keep 
the /home directory.)

Any advice, hints, war stories, etc, gratefully accepted.

Wesley Parish

On Sat, 23 Apr 2005 01:02, Tim Deegan wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 22, 2005 at 03:32:21PM +1200, Wesley Parish wrote:
> > I read earlier this year that the second XendemoCD beta had a NetBSD as
> > well as a FreeBSD and a couple of Debian filesystem images - what
> > filesystem images does the latest XendemoCD have?
> Debian GNU/linux (only one filesystem, but 2.4 and 2.6 kernels), NetBSD
> and FreeBSD.
> > (And has anyone got a XendemoCD with Plan9 on it in addition?)
> Alas, there wasn't space.  I looked briefly at doing that, but the only
> plan9 image I found was vary large.
> Tim.

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