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Re: [Xen-users] Greetings from new user

Fajar A. Nugraha wrote:
On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 7:43 PM, Chris Blake<chris.blake@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Greetings community,

Hi, I`m a total noob to Xen and virtualisation, and am installing it
and having huge headaches, but I am the type of guy who likes to pick
away at a problem until I`ve exhausted every option, then I will ask
for help here.

So I just thought I`d say that, and "Hi everyone"....

Hi, welcome :D

>From my experience, most xen-related problem can go away simply by
using vendor-supported variant of Xen. My favorite is RHEL5. It's not
the latest version of Xen, but it works. If you run into a dead end
you might want to try that route.

I have had good success with CentOS5. You can use XEN 3.3 via yum and the instructions on ths web page. I have only used the 32 bit stuff. 3.4 is available via that page but only in 64 bit


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