Originally Posted by falko
You mean you want to install Xen inside a VM? That depends on the virtualization software - some support installing VMs inside a VM, others not.
Yes, I'm considering installing a VM inside another VM.
This is a test. I'm testing VMs. Instead of testing each VM on its own pc, can I install a VM on a PC and then test other VMs on top, i.e. installing other VMs on the guests.
I'm testing VServer and expect installing Xen on top. If NOT possible I can revert the arrangement creating a Xen VM and installing other VMs, such as UML, KVM, Vserver, VirtualBox, etc. on top layer.