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Re: [Xen-users] Making the kernel

On Monday 28 November 2005 17:37, Bart Braem wrote:
> I am trying to run Xen on a Gentoo. I have downloaded the sources and did a
> make all but that doesn't create anything in /boot.
> Is there any special command I should run? Or should I do something special
> in the kernel config? Without the xen.gz things are getting difficult...

Well, to get it running at first try to simply
"emerge xen", emerge "xen-sources"
that would install the hypervisor in /boot/xen.gz and a xen-patched linux 
source tree in /usr/src

depending on what you unmasked, you'll get a 2.0.7 or some (older) 3.0 

if you need a fresher snapshot, have a look at the ebuilds and do things the 
same way, or simply create a new ebuild for the current snapshot.



has step-by-step instructions for installing xen + making the nptl glibc Xen 


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