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[Xen-users] Default kernel & initrd in Suse

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  • From: cmasmas cmasmas <cmasmas10@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2009 02:34:46 +0200
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I have OpenSuse as Dom0. If I specify no kernel & ramdisk in the configuration file, the DomU boots OK. However, if I specify the kernel and initrd in /boot, the DomU just fails. So I think that there must be a "default" kernel and ramdisk. Any ideas?

Here is the cfg file:

#kernel = '/boot/vmlinuz-'
#ramdisk = '/boot/initrd-'
memory = "256"
name = "debian.5-0"
vif = ['']
disk = ['file:/home/user/debian.5-0.x86.img,sda1,w']

Thanks in advance!
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