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[Xen-users] xen livecd for dummies?

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  • From: denny halim <mail2dny@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 27 Aug 2005 10:51:22 +0800
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i like to try out xen,
want to build a server running multiple server on it.
for example, one vm running firewall, one vm for hosting web and mail, etc...

 but it seems too complicated for newbies.
very new to virtual machine. and also new to linux.

i'm hoping (request?) someone build a minimal live cd with xen
configured and ready to 'boot' any other os from .iso files
so, all we need is to put some .iso files into the same cd and tell
xen to run each of them in separated vm.
is this possible?


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