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[Xen-users] remus support in debian 6.0 (squeeze)

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Subject: [Xen-users] remus support in debian 6.0 (squeeze)
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Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2010 02:52:07 +0200
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hi xen cracks :-)
i managed sucessfully to install xen4 on a debian 6.0 squeeze amd64 box, running 3 hosts windows 2008r2 server and 1 host squeeze. i use a  hp server dl 160g6 dual processor with 48gb ram and 2 tb disks with sw raid 1. i have an indentical hardware box to setup remus. now, the problem is, i cant find remus on my box, like i saw it in several descriptions: /usr/bin/remus!
is there anyone here who knows how to install/setup remus with the described enviroment?
folks, answers are really aprechiated :-)
thanxs to all ...
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