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[Xen-users] Compile error.

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  • From: "Dolf Schimmel" <dolfschimmel@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 00:08:07 +0200
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I tried already many times to install xen, by using the source or a
debian package (I use debian 3.1). It fails continuously, which means,
I do not have any NIC drivers/modules loaded, so I can do any

Now, I thought I saw the solution yesterday-night. During the
compilation of xen, the linux kernel source is downloaded, and
compiled as well. During the process of compiling the linux source,
some questions are asked. These ones are automatically answered by the
machine, and there is at that very moment no possibility to interfere.

No that doesn't matter so much, the only problem is that one of the
questions is "give support for 10/100mb networkcards?". Does anybody
know how I can add network functionality to xen?


Dolf Schimmel

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