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The Book of Xen by Luke S. Crawford, Chris Takemura

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Chapter 14. TIPS

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By now you're some kind of Xen expert, we imagine.[81] As such, now we'd like to devote a chapter to the more esoteric aspects of working with Xen. Here are some things that didn't seem to fit anywhere else—stuff like the framebuffer, forwarding PCI devices, or building added functionality into the XenStore. Tips, in other words.

A number of the topics in Chapter 15 might also come in handy when you work through our examples here. Some of the software discussed here is even more bleeding edge than the rest of Xen, which is itself some kind of heavenly sword, ravening and incarnadine. What we're trying to get at is that the material ...

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