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[Xen-users] HVM support Debian Squeeze

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  • Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2011 16:10:27 -0200
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Hi everybody, I'm trying to use Xen 4.0.1 from Debian Squeeze repositories. I've installed it on my notebook with AMD-V support and it does not show to support HVM(Dont know?!?!?!?). PVM works great. I'm just imagining that my notebook cpu dont support it. Well, now I've try it on a Dell Server T610 with cpu E5630 and i have the same problem. Just to see if it really supports i installed CentOS 5 and Xen 3.x and it works great, both HVM and PVM. Any tricks in Debian do make it work?
PS.: I see on my setup (on notebook and server) and Virtualization is enabled.
Thanks guys

Luciano Barreto
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