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Re: [Xen-users] flexible memory management?

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  • From: "Jerry Amundson" <jamundso@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2007 22:39:07 -0600
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On 2/8/07, Fajar A. Nugraha <fajar@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Jerry Amundson wrote:
> Exactly. My new favorite pastime recently has been to parse the
> package names in the Core group from comps.xml and pass the result to
> yum --installroot root to create an image. Sigh, oh fun...
Why would you need to parse comps.xml? I believe Core still contains
stuff like bluez-utils, which you won't need in a server.
If you REALLY want a minimal Redhat-based system I think a simple

yum --installroot=/path/to/new/root yum openssh-server

would do the trick. If it's for dom0, then you can add what you need
(bridge-utils, vconfig) later

[embarassd grin]
Absolutely! Too simple... there I go making things complex for myself.
thanks... :-)


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