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[Xen-users] Install 32-bit Debian DomU on 64-bit Dom0

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  • From: "eugene smithers" <eugene.smithers@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2007 10:57:52 -0700
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Forgive me in advance for being both a Linux and Xen newbie...

We have a dev machine that is 64-bit AMD running Debian (etch) on Dom0, and we'd like to have a DomU running an 32-bit i386 Debian Etch (so we can move it to a production machine later which is 32-bit i386). Anyhow, I'm wondering what, if any, is the easiest path to getting this to work. From what I've read, it seems a 32-bit OS can be installed on AMD-64, but I'm not sure the steps involved to get this working with Debian and Xen.

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