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Xen Virtualization by Prabhakar Chaganti

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Chapter 2. Running Xen

In this chapter we will take our first step towards using Xen—installing and then running it. In this chapter we will use Fedora Core 6 as the host operating system; we have chosen Fedora Core 6 as it has good support for Xen. We will first add Xen support to it so that it can be a Xen Domain0 system. In the next chapter we will create guest domains on Fedora Core 6 that run different operating systems. We will assume you have a stock Fedora Core 6 installed and that you are ready to convert it to a Xen. Please make sure you can boot into it without any problems or errors. You can either run Xwindow or work from the console. If you have not installed Fedora Core before and need help with its configuration, the following ...

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