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authorshakthimaan <shakthimaan@web>2008-09-23 05:45:09 +0000
committerGNU Hurd wiki engine <web-hurd@gnu.org>2008-09-23 05:45:09 +0000
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treee35e588a84aef0c89224e0eac90ad56166d661fe /microkernel/mach/gnumach/ports/xen.mdwn
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@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ On Debian Lenny, for example, you can install xen-hypervisor-3.2-1-i386-nonpae.
If you have a free partition, you can fdisk to type 0x83, create a filesystem using:
- sudo mke2fs -b 4096 -I 128 -o hurd /dev/sda4
+ sudo mke2fs -b 4096 -I 128 -o hurd /dev/sda4
Replace /dev/sda4 with your partition. Install and use crosshurd to setup a GNU/Hurd system on this partition.
@@ -31,12 +31,12 @@ You can either get binaries at <http://youpibouh.thefreecat.org/hurd-xen/> or bu
Here is a sample /etc/xen/hurd configuration
- kernel = "/boot/gnumach-xen"
- memory = 256
- disk = ['phy:sda4,hda,w']
- extra = "root=device:hd0"
- vif = [ '' ]
- ramdisk = "/boot/hurd-modules"
+ kernel = "/boot/gnumach-xen"
+ memory = 256
+ disk = ['phy:sda4,hda,w']
+ extra = "root=device:hd0"
+ vif = [ '' ]
+ ramdisk = "/boot/hurd-modules"
- Run `xm create -c hurd`, gnumach should get started.
- If `xm` complains about networking (`vif could not be connected`), it's Xen scripts' fault, see Xen documentation for how to configure the network. The simplest way is network-bridge with fixed IPs (note that you need the bridge-utils package for this). You can also just disable networking by commenting the vif line in the config.