Xen Boot Up

Discussion in 'HOWTO-Related Questions' started by bswinnerton, May 17, 2008.

  1. bswinnerton

    bswinnerton New Member

    Hello All,

    I'm having a very frustrating problem. I am following this how-to.

    I get quite a bit of the ways through it and run under the new xen kernel but then after i reboot after that is where I have my problem. The computer says running local boot scripts and then just freezes. I have researched the problem but haven't really found a fix that pertains to my situation. I have tried hitting enter, ctrl c and ctrl alt f1 (some of the remedies I have seen). But have no luck. I am running ubuntu 8.04 and any ideas are much appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. tmaleshafske

    tmaleshafske New Member

    My server did the same thing. But I manage all of my servers via ssh and haven't had problem with being able to login via ssh. It could be possible that is a function of the particular kernel, but I am unsure of it.
     
  3. bswinnerton

    bswinnerton New Member

    Unfortunately I didn't set up ssh before I set everything up =/

    I thought perhaps it was the kernel, but the same thing happened when i booted to the other kernel.

    Hmm
     
  4. tmaleshafske

    tmaleshafske New Member

    Have you tried using a different shell? instead of tty1?
     
  5. bswinnerton

    bswinnerton New Member

    No I haven't, How would I go about doing that?
     
  6. tmaleshafske

    tmaleshafske New Member

    Normally ctl+alt+F2-F6 F7 is usually reserverd for X
     
  7. tmaleshafske

    tmaleshafske New Member

    I just tried it on mine and it worked perfectly


    How much do you know about apache and php having some issues -sigh-
     
  8. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    In the vm, or on the host system?
     
  9. bswinnerton

    bswinnerton New Member

    Sorry, I should of specified on the host machine.
     
  10. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    Press ctrl+alt+F2 (as mentioned by tmaleshafske) which gives you another terminal. Log in and install SSH; afterwards you can connect to the system with an SSH client such as PuTTY.
     

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