Originally Posted by falko
I think you can enable them somewhere during
But maybe it's easier to install Xen from the binaries.
Only certain kernel version work with Xen, e.g. for Xen 3.0.3, it's kernel 2.6.16.
Easier maybe, but that does not support my hardware completly so thats not an option in this case.
When following your howto (chapter 4), there is no option provided where you show where to compile dom0's kernel (before that first boot), xen source includes some prebuild kernel but that does not include all required modules/drivers so my machine wont come up after that boot..
I installed now for testing purposes xen 3.0.3 and 2.6.18 kernel from debian etch apt sources.. so I do have 3.0.3 and kernel 2.6.18 in same machine that "works" but not like I want :/
On my last post I was wondering that base-config thing and found this so im not the only one who has noticed these things :/
So I just keep looking answers and howtos.... someday... hopefully find something....