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[Xen-users] A x86_64 processor can not run a x86_64 HVM

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Subject: [Xen-users] A x86_64 processor can not run a x86_64 HVM
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I own an Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5200+. I enabled SVM extensions on 
BIOS. I did a power cycle.

xm dmesg shows me:

(XEN) AMD SVM: ASIDs enabled
(XEN) HVM: SVM enabled
I run a 64 bit Xen kernel (OpenSuse 11). Xen version is 3.2.1_16881_04-8.6

I _can not_ run any x86_64 O.S on a HVM domU, because it appears something like 
this: "your cpu does not support long mode. use a 32bit distribution."
Using 32 bit distros, it works but I would like to use 64 bit O.Ses.


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