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[Xen-users] Windows guest OS

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Subject: [Xen-users] Windows guest OS
From: Michael Brian Bentley <bentley@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 21:10:50 -0700
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I have a Lenovo T60p set up to dual boot Windows xp and SuSE 10.2. I installed Xen while installing SuSE 10.2. I'm at the point where when I get the list of choices on what to boot the machine with, I also see SuSE 10.2 [Xen]. What I want to do now is get the Windows xp partition to boot as a Xen guest OS.

I haven't been able to find a concise document that describes an easy process, but after surfing mailing list archives and the web for a while, this is what I've found that comes closest:



These describe a...primitive...process. Do these capture the state of the art, or have I missed something?



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