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Re: [Xen-users] Still can't get Win2003 server running

Well u are not the only one facing problem with FC6...its basically because
of unstable Xen version in it. i.e. Xen 3.0.3.specially for fully
virtualised guests... Well i would suggest you to go for another distro like
openSuSE 10.2 as its really stable or try out to install another Xen version
through net if you wanna stick around with FC6. i have got a bad experience
with FC6 so its just a suggestion. But you first try out all possible ways(
as i tried for 1 month)and if you couldnt get it running then dont feel bad
just change the distro or Xen version and that should work out for you.....
All the Best....

Rick Stevens wrote:
> I know I've asked this before, but I have yet to receive any help.
> How the fark do you get Win2003 server up as a guest on FC6/Xen 3.0.3?
> I can't get the stupid VNC console to accept any keyboard input so I
> can't use the F5 key to force a different HAL layout and an attempt to
> use SDL results in no console at all.
> I really need help on this.  I can't imagine I'm the only person (read
> "idiot") having this issue.
> Hardware: Opteron 1210, Abit mobo, 2GB RAM.  FC6 x86_64 fully updated.
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