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Re: [Xen-users] xenconsole: Could not read tty from store: No such file or directory

On Tue, 2012-03-20 at 19:14 +0000, Su Zhang wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 20, 2012 at 12:44 PM, Ian Campbell
> <Ian.Campbell@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>         On Tue, 2012-03-20 at 17:20 +0000, Su Zhang wrote:
>         > After I rebooted &&deleted&& reinstalled domU, an
>         interesting thing
>         > happened, the error seems to have gone away, instead, there
>         is a long
>         > script following the command line, but it just stuck there.
>         nothing
>         > can be done here, here is the running script:
>         > [root@XenTester su]# xm console cent5
>         [...]
>         This is the console log of the domain, which is good because
>         it means
>         this problem is solved.
>         I expect the installer is running on the VNC console and not
>         this serial
>         console. Not sure how you convince CentOS (esp, using
>         virt-install) to
>         use the serial console for install, google perhaps?
> Do you mean if I just leave it stuck here and connect to VNC manually
> then I can still get it around?  So that I can do the rest over VNC?

That is what I would expect, yes.

>         [...]
>         > Thanks a lot. I've already re-configured the firewall rules
>         to allow
>         > 5900-6000 [both in and out]. The command "vncviewer
>         localhost:5901"
>         > can bring a VNC window to me.
>         Great what is on the VNC window? Do you see the RH installer?
> I guess so, it starts with language selection and followed by network
> configuration. But I cannot pass through the network (IP)
> configuration.
> It doesn't allow me to go forward but no error info is displayed. Do
> you think it is because the VNC hasn't been setup appropriately? or
> the guest OS kernel issue?

It won't be anything to do with VNC. Most likely a guest side issue but
I don't know enough about CentOS to guess based on what you have said.


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