On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 09:16:55AM -0500, Steve Spencer wrote:
> Pasi Kärkkäinen wrote:
> > On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 10:48:42AM -0300, JOSÉ FORMIGA wrote:
> >> Hi.But what have I to install first - Xen or Linux ? Until now I am
> >> standing
> >> that I CAN install Xen using a .ISO CD/DVD. Then, after, I install a Linux
> >> DomU. OK or NOK ? Thanks.
> > Usually first you install Linux distribution, that will be used as dom0.
> > If that distribution contains Xen hypervisor/tools/dom0-kernel packages,
> > then you install them. If not, then you compile from source and install.
> > After that you reboot into Xen and then you can start creating VMs (=domUs)
> > from dom0.
> > -- Pasi
> One really easy method is to install the latest version of CentOS and
> choose virtualization as part of the install. A good way to get your
> feet wet with XEN.
Yes, indeed, that's a good way.
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