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[Xen-users] vnc console support for pv guests

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Subject: [Xen-users] vnc console support for pv guests
From: Thomas Fjellstrom <tfjellstrom@xxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 8 Aug 2010 00:38:53 -0600
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I've been trying to get the vnc support working with my pure pv guests, but 
all that seems to happen is the guest goes into 100% cpu use and fails to 
boot. All I have to do is enable vnc, and try to start a guest and it locks 
up like that.

What is the proper way to setup vnc support on a vnc guest? That is, vnc 
access to the console, and not a guest run X server or anything like that. I 
need this specifically so people can access their vm's consoles should they 
lock them selves out.


Thomas Fjellstrom

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