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Re: [Xen-users] openSUSE in domU on a CentOS dom0

  • To: "trilok nuwal" <tc.nuwal@xxxxxxxxx>
  • From: "Rakhesh Sasidharan" <rakheshster@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 17 Feb 2007 21:11:52 +0400
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On 2/17/07, trilok nuwal <tc.nuwal@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
look to xen-wiki
 FAQ 4.12 might be a help.

Doesn't work.

Surprisingly, I rebooted my host machine (CentOS) and then when I
created the openSUSE VM I got some funny errors. I couldn't capture
them that time unfortunately, and there was no way for me to repeat
the errors (rebooting and trying didn't help).

The errors were some assembly registers kind of output. Hex. Some
register names. And so on. I've seen such errors when there are memory
related problems and Windows refuses to boot ... Dunno what they could
mean in this context.

If I can repeat the errors somehow I'll paste some info ........


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