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[Xen-users] CentOS 4.0 as guest OS

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  • From: "rishi pathak" <mailmaverick666@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2007 21:16:23 +0530
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I have got fedora Core 7 installed as a host OS.
My requirement is to run CentOS 4.0 as a guest OS.
I have got the kernel source(2.6.9-5EL) , but I am unable to figure out how to
compile the kernel for domU.
I apologize if this had been answered earlier.This is my first post.

I would be very grateful if someone can point me in right direction.
I read the whole user document that comes with xen 3.1 , but it does not contain info  specific to
xen enabling a custom kernel for para-virtualization.
Can someone can point me to a good :).

Rishi Pathak

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