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Re: [Xen-users] Creating a RHELGuest VM

I'm very much a newbie to xen but I don't believe that you can install from local media like that.  You need to install from NFS/HTTP/FTP.  I found that in this article:



augusto lopes wrote:
Hi foulks!

I have installed a new RHEL for virtualization purposes, so xen domain0 is running well as well as the hypervisor. However, I am having troubles creating a guest domain; because once I start my Virtual Machine Management and attempt to create a new guest domain, the new domain does not see any of the medias that the domai0 has (cdram, scsi disk partition etc...)
Therefore, I am wondering how can actually export these divices so that the new domain can see them.
Since the guest domain cannot see any of these defices, the installion process of any guest divice does not finish.

I know there is probably something basic that I am missing, so please give me some ropes to hold. this whole environment is kind of new to me...

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