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[Xen-users] Very Basic Question

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Subject: [Xen-users] Very Basic Question
From: Stewart Outram <stewart@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2005 08:31:12 +0100
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I appreciate that this is a very basic question ....

I have installed Xen and managed to create a few Domains running Debian
and Gentoo. In both cases I then attempted to create a Desktop
environment by installing X but hit some problems.

Searching through the archives it seems that an X environment is not yet
supported within a Domain, and hence I guess the setting up of
Gnome/KDE ?

If this is the case are people currently using the Domains purely as
command line interfaces?

Looking at the various images there seemed to be a Desktop environment
supported in some way.


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