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Re: [Xen-users] Debian Packages for 2.06

I combined a couple of sub-threads here..

On Wed, 2005-06-22 at 07:19 -0400, Turi Peter wrote:
> Ian Pratt wrote:
> >>http://meadowcourt.org/xen/ 

So Adam Heath must run the meadowcourt.org site.. only the src.tar.gz
link works there. I suspect maybe the .debs not working may have
something to do with the release of Sarge.
> >A number of different people have created debian packages at various 
> >points in time, and it would be great if we could have a (small) set
> of 
> >people that we could work closely with to ensure that the best
> possible 
> >Xen packages are available and maintained. Having >1 than one person 
> >would hopefully ensure continuity etc. 

Agreed; I have been using/deploying Debian solutions for years, and I'm
just starting to roll Xen into the fold. I can surely help test and
provide feedback now, and depending on my schedule get more involved;
time permitting.  I'd certainly like too.  If interest beats discipline,
it will be sooner than later.

> I'd be intrested in that project, because we're introducing xen
> packages  
> on our campus cluster based on debian, and we will be creating (have  
> been created) debian packages, but an official solution would be  
> preferred, so I'm in for such a project. 
My Xen needs are still personal right now.. but that's always a
precursor to biz needs.

Message: 4 
> Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 15:05:56 -0500 
> From: Yvette Chanco <yentlsoup@xxxxxxxxx> 

> I'm not a debian package maintainer, but I have created debian 
> packages of 2.0.6 for internal use (they are still being tested, but 
> here's the link - http://www.option-c.com/debian/pool/main/x/xen/). 
> They deviate somewhat from the original packages that Adam Heath 
> created, but that can be changed, and I'd be more than willing to
> help 
> out so that we could have a consistent and current set available.
> -Yvette Chanco 
I am going to try these out when I'm back in town (on the road now).  


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