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Xen Virtualization by Prabhakar Chaganti

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NetBSD

NetBSD is a secure and highly portable Unix like operating system that runs on a wide variety of platforms—from 64 bit servers to embedded devices (http://netbsd.org/). It provides binary emulation for applications built on other platforms, and can thus run most binaries built on Linux without any modification or recompilation. The recent versions of NetBSD starting with version 3.0 provide native support for Xen. We are going to install the latest released version 3.1 in a guest domain.

Time for Action—Install NetBSD

Let's get started installing NetBSD 3.1 in a guest domain.

The NetBSD distribution provides two Xen enabled kernels for NetBSD—one for running the installation, and the other for actually running the NetBSD operating system. ...

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