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[Xen-users] How to create an img.

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I'm new to xen, and I must say that so far it's the coolest thing since sliced bread. I have a kind of naive question...

Running CentOS on both the host and guest, it was easy to use virt-install to get everything going. Now, I want to clone my machine, mount it with " -o loop" and modify the setup before bringing it online. I used virt-clone to make the machine, but when I try to mount it, mount complains that it needs a filesystem type. I assume that I've missed a step to make an image of the new machine. Thanks for any help.
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