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Xen on Fedora 9 please.

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Old 13th May 2008, 22:01
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Hi hotchilli,

at the moment it is not possible to use Fedora 9 as a XEN host. It was planned, but has not been finished in sufficient time. The XEN-host-support will continue with Fedora 10 in about six months.

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but it was possible on fedora 8?


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Hi hotchilli,

yes, on Fedora 8 you can install a special XEN kernel from the official Fedora repositories.

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ok thanks Ollie, does seem strange that its in 8 and and not in 9
but I suppose the dev team just did not get the time.

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