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[Xen-users] budget xen test system

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  • From: William <wcoolnet@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2006 13:15:28 -0500
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I want to build an inexpensive system to learn and test out XEN. I need a processor for under $100. I'm planning on buying 1GB ram and maybe upgrading to 2GB in the future. Is anyone here using a sempron or celeron d with xen? Is it a really bad idea to use these low end processors?


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