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Re: [Xen-users] Ubuntu Gutsy as dom0

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  • Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2007 16:29:30 +0800
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Hello Erik,

On 10/8/07, Erik de Castro Lopo <mle+tools@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
GNUbie wrote:

> [1] Is it possible that for domU [1] and [2] (above) to use their own stock
> kernel and not using dom0's kernel?

Yes, this is possible.

Does this mean that the domU itself has a kernel installed in its /boot partition?

> [2] Any tips you can share on how to install different GNU/Linux
> distributions as the domUs?

For debian/ubuntu, look for debootstrap and rpmstrap which are already
in debian/ubuntu.


Sorry, I can't answer the windows questions, but I am interested in
the answers myself.

It's ok.

Thank you for the tips.

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