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Re: [Xen-users] Custom kernel XEN

Hi Karol,

The easiest way for beginners to get Xen working and running on a Dom0 kernel is to use one that is included in Debian and install using aptitude.

For Debian Lenny, if I recall correctly, the package you need to install for the kernel is called: xen-linux-system-2.6.26-2-xen-amd64

If you're using i386 (not 64-bit) hardware for some strange reason then you will need to replace the 'amd64' on the end with '686'.

If you need to install Xen, kernel and everything else ready to rock on Debian Lenny then try this:

apt-get install xen xen-utils xen-tools xen-linux-system-

You can always find a great deal of information about running Xen on Debian over at the Debian wiki too. For more info check out http://wiki.debian.org/Xen

Enjoy playing with Xen!


On 25 May 2011, at 15:54, Karol ChmurzyÅski wrote:

Hi there.

For First i just wanted to say hello to all mega minds XEN experts:).
I have a little problem with XEN kernel. I have cloud computing and in this architecture we use XEN wirtualization.I wanted to have a custom debian based kernel witch fallowing modules   tun imq ipv6 qos ipip iptables (full). Its there a way to download a Kernel patched XEN on debian and then make the coustom one? Or i have to make a normal one and then patch it? Sorry for maybe noob question but i know that here are experts who could help me. Thanks in advance.

Pozdrawiam Karol ChmurzyÅski
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