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[Xen-users] Looking to install guest vm - slackware 12.1

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  • From: Charlie Reddington <charlie.reddington@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Dec 2008 00:09:26 -0600
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Hey everyone,

I'm looking to install a copy of slackware for a vm, and I'm following the following page for instructions - http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/SlackwareDomU

I keep running into snags with the mkuml installer script. Is there any more 'updated' solution to installing this? Or am I doomed to modifying the mkuml.sh script until I can get it to install?

I'm sure I'll get it sooner than later, but it's getting annoying to have to constantly keep tweaking this script.



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