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[Xen-users] Simple question about Xen ...

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  • From: KC <kcc1967@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 11:11:19 +0800
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I'm writting some Linux drivers for both 2.4.x and 2.6.x kernel.
Can Xen be use for kernel space programming ?
For example, I'm planning to install both RH9 (2.4.x)
and FC4 (2.6.x) under Xen and do kernel programming
on Xen's VM ... is that possible ?

For kernel programming, bugs in driver usually crash the
whole system ... if I test the drivers under Xen's VM, will that
be safer ?


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