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[Xen-users] Need of Intel VT for Xen

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  • From: Chamila De Alwis <cs2respect@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2010 16:07:16 +0530
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I'm new to Xen. I'm trying to install Xen on my laptop which has an Intel T5750 Core 2 Duo Mobile processor. I've heard that Xen does not work without Intel VT support (T5750 does not have that - http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=33915).

I tried xen on Ubuntu (desktop) 9.1 and the xend couldn't be started. I figured it was something wrong with Ubuntu and going to try Xen on Debian 5. 

Can I run Xen without VT support?

I can't get any meaningful result in google :( 

Thank You.

Chamila Sujeewa                  

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