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Re: [Xen-users] Red Hat Enterprise 4 and XEN (with Fedora 5 as Host)?

Easiest way would be to do a "native" install in another partition on your 
disk, then point the domain config file at that partition for its virtual 
disk.  That way you can install as usual using Anaconda.


On Monday 03 April 2006 16:37, Christian Feddern wrote:
> Hi there,
> I read a similar question awhile ago, but I didn't see an answer, so I
> thought I could risk asking again:
> I would like to install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 64 bit as a guest
> system on a Fedora 64 bit host system.
> Can that be done easily? If not, could someone point me to some
> documentation about how to do it?
> Everything I could find so far only applied to installing the same
> system as host and guest.
> Thanks in advance for the help
> Christian
> Best regards
> DATATRAK Deutschland GmbH
> Christian Feddern
> Systems Engineer, Systems Development
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