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Re: [Xen-users] Problem creating a domU using virt-install: --connect issue

I've found this bug report:

This explains why I can't compile libvirt with the USE flag xen.
A bug is going to be fixed.

I have to find an alternative to create domUs. For instance a CentOS domU.
Most of the instructions I've read didn't help me.

On 4 October 2011 21:03, Scott Meyers <scottmeyers@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> From my humble experience, never re/compile Kernel-xen or xen or any of its
> required applications such as qemu and libvert while running Kernel-xen.
> Switch to and load a non-kernel-xen and re/compile kernel-xen xen, libvirt,
> etc...
OK, I've done it, but I think it doesn't make any difference in my case.

> Make sure you get a clean (error free) compile/installation of kernel-xen,
> xen, libvirtd and qemu in a non-xen environment. You should be good to go.
I've never received any kernel/package compilation error. We, Gentoo users,
are used to compile everything on our Linux boxes!

> If you don't want to do any of that manually, go to:
> http://www.crc.id.au/xen-on-rhel6-scientific-linux-6-centos-6-howto/
Well, this seems to be a tailored made guide for those users that want
to fully setup a dom0. I need something for domUs.



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