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[Xen-users] xenentreprise vm install

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  • From: "benjamin henrion" <benjhenrion@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 15:37:48 +0100
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I work with xenentreprise ... I look for a solution to install  Debian-etch in full virtualisation.

I have tried to select in the administration console :
"Install From:     Windows xp "  and select in the cdrom menu "my debian-etch iso file"
It works but i haven't acces to a console ... and it's not a good solution for my boss.

In my "Install From " menu i have just:

Debian sarge guest template (for Para Virtualisation)
Red hat entreprise Linux 4.1
Red hat entreprise Linux 4.1
Windows 2003 server(Full V)
windows xp pack sp2[full V)

I have watch on the net , a demo video about xen entreprise and in the" install From" menu there was "other media"  In mine there isn't...
Is it possible to edit the install menu or not ?
How can i install Debian etch or sarge in Full V using an iso or cd?

Thx if you have  a solution.


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