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[Fwd: Re: [Xen-users] Xen without the X]

    Thank you for your advice. 
    What I would really like to do is to be able to compile Xen from source.  If I can't I guess I can use  a distro version.


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Subject: Re: [Xen-users] Xen without the X
Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2007 15:32:18 -0700
From: Dylan Martin <dmartin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Shane D. Johnson <SDJ@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
References: <4706B790.6040300@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

First things first: always use ssh, never use telnet.

My xen servers don't have X and I've always thought it was fine.  I
use Fedora, and while I don't use exactly their tools, I have played
with them and they seem to have command line tools as well as gui

So, I'd recommend installing Fedora 7 (or another distro
that has lotsa xen tools) instead of compiling yourself.  They have a
good xen quickstart guide. 

> Hello,
>    I need some help please.
>    I want to compile xen-3.1.0 for use on a server that doesn't have 
> X11 or Xorg installed.  I would like to control the servers through SSH 
> and Telnet (unless you have a suggestion for something better (more 
> Secure)).  I wouldn't be using VNC or Console(Unless I have to).  I have 
> made the kernels and now only need the tools to control xen.
>    I have searched the internet and asked for help before(And seen 
> others ask) but can't seem to find the Documentation or help I need to 
> only compile the needed components.  If anyone could point me in the 
> right direction I would appreciate it. 
>    If I need to take this to a different list please let me know.
> Thank you
> Shane
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