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[Xen-users] How to access the VM, after it had been started without SSH or VNC.

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  • From: "Rafael Weingartner" <rafaelweingartner@xxxxxxxxx>
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Hey guys,
I created a VM following those steps
Installing a Debian Lenny VM from a network repository (using the CLI) :

But after I start the VM, I don't know how to access the VM to install the O.S.
The way that is written in the tutorial made me think that in the xen prompt I should be able to use the VM. But it is not happening. After I run the start command I am getting the xen server prompt.
I can see that the VM is running, but I do not know how to access it.
Do you guys know what I have to do to access the VM?

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