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[Xen-users] No "kernel" entry in xm configuration file?

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  • From: "David Stone" <unclestoner@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2007 15:17:02 -0400
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On Xen running Fedora Core 6 I created another FC6 Guest Domain (and
it works fine).  I'm just curious, in the configuration file for my
guest domain I don't see any "kernel" entry.  How does it know what
kernel to boot for the guest domain?


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