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[Xen-users] Question about Xen

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  • From: "Chris Hall" <hiro24@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 7 Apr 2006 16:10:09 -0400
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Hello all.  I've got Xen up and going, and it's pretty amazing.  But I was wondering, is it possible, once an installation is finished, to reconfigure the distro so that it doesn't, say, write to disk, and then export it to a DVD, that could then be later booted from the DVD? (Sort of like a LiveCD, but without having to power down and reboot, so everything would run from the DVD)  Anyways, I was thinking that would be interresting, and might be a good way to preview OS's, but I'm not really sure where to start with something like that.  Anybody have any insight on if this is possible?
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