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Old 9th April 2011, 00:02
bneacsa bneacsa is offline
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Default Xen on debian squeeze

I`m sorry if this isn`t the right place for this topic but i`m a newbie in this field so please bare with me. So after a few days of try and error with a lot of google searching I managed to install a working version of Xen along with xen-tools on debian squeeze. I can succesfully create VMs using the xen-create-image and I managed to set up network-bridge. The problem is that I now have to create a windows XP VM.
I tried searching on the inet but all the solutions I found involved HVM which my computer doesnt support. So I was hoping you could point me in a right direction.
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Old 9th April 2011, 14:02
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Yes, you can do this with HVM only.
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